Economics of Innovation and New Technology
Econ Innovat New Tech
Published/Hosted by Taylor and Francis Group.
ISSN (printed): 1043-8599. ISSN (electronic): 1476-8364.
Devoted to theoretical and empirical analysis of innovation and new technology, this peer-reviewed journal acts as a bridge between the contributions of economic theory and empirical economics in this field. This bridge is built in two ways. First, by encouraging empirical research (including case studies, econometric work and historical research), evaluating existing economic theory, and suggesting appropriate directions for future effort in theoretical work. Second, by exploring ways of making existing areas of theory testable, and ways of using theoretical insights to inform data collection and other empirical research. The journal welcomes contributions across a wide range of issues concerned with innovation, including: innovation in product markets, process innovation, patenting, diffusion, innovation and technology policy, international competitiveness, standardization and network externalities, innovation and growth, technology transfer, innovation and market structure, innovation and the environment, and across a broad range of economic activity not just in 'high technology' areas. The journal also welcomes papers on research methods and data sources which contribute to the advancement of theoretical and empirical analysis.
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