Table of contents for Innovation, industrial dynamics, and structural transformation : Schumpeterian legacies / [edited by] Uwe Cantner, Franco Malerba.


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Introduction
Malerba F and Cantner U ...........................................1
Part 1: Innovation, entrepreneurship, the firm and
industry evolution
Innovation and the evolution of industries
Malerba F ...................................  ...................... 7
Entrepreneurship, evolution and the human mind
Loasby BJ ......................... .......................... 29
Division of labor and division of knowledge: Why the nature
of the causality matters for the evolutionary theory of the firm
Becker MC, Cohendet P, and Llerena P ............... ................49
Part 2: Entry of new firms and small firms
Young firm growth in high-tech sectors: The role of founders'
human capital
Colombo MG and Grilli L .............. ............ ...............67
Product entry in a fast growing industry: The LAN switch market
Fontana  R  andNesta L  .............. .. .......... .... ........... . 87
Part 3: Network externalities and networks of innovators
Network effects and the choice of mobile phone operator
Birke D and Swann GMP ............................................ 109
Evolving networks of inventors
Cowan R, Jonard N, and Zimmerman J-B ................................ 129
Why do firms disclose knowledge and how does it matter?
Muller P and Pdnin J ............... .............. ............... 149
Innovation and competitiveness in local SMEs:
Characteristics of firms, entrepreneurs, environment
and their interrelationships
Giacchero A, Donnini N, and Martin F .............. ............... 173
Part 4: Innovation and industrial transformation
in various sectors
New combinations in old industries: The introduction
of radical innovations in tire manufacturing
Brusoni S and Sgalari G ................ ........ ................. 189
Fitness determinants in creative industries: A longitudinal study
on the Hollywood film-making industry, 1992-2003
Ferriani S, Cattani G, and Baden-Fuller C. . ............................ 209
The selection environment for gas to liquids technology
and technological strategies: Challenging the natural trajectory
Bomtempo JV, Fagundes de Almeida EL, and Bicalho RG ................. 239
Innovation and employment in Europe: A sectoral perspective
Antonucci T ........................................................ 255
Part 5: Knowledge diffusion, spillovers and firm strategies
A laboratory experiment of knowledge diffusion dynamics
Morone A, Morone P, and Taylor R ........     ................... 283
To innovate or to transfer? A study on spillovers and foreign firms
in Turkey
Lenger A and Taymaz E ..............   ........................303
Dynamic gap bridging and realized gap set development:
The strategic role of the firm in the coevolution of capability space
and opportunity space
Dagnino GB and Mariani MM  ............ ...................... 321
Part 6: Patents - patenting strategies and impacts of patents
Innovation strategy and the patenting behavior of firms
Peeters C and van Pottelsberghe de la Potterie B ........................ 345
Effects of patenting behavior on corporate growth:
A panel data analysis of German start-up firms
Niefert M ..... ............ . . ............ ..... .............. . 373
Part 7: Public Policy - competition policy and the patent system
What's the aim for competition policy:
Optimizing market structure or encouraging innovative behaviors?
Gaffard J-L and Qujr M ...................................393
Social and technological efficiency of patent systems
Vallie T and Yildizoglu M ............  ................ . .......407



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Industries Technological innovatioins, Industrial organization (Economic theory)