Social Innovations, Institutional Change, and Economic Performance

Social Innovations, Institutional Change, and Economic Performance

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A€ much needed examination of a neglected issue - how societies, regions and institutions adjust to our rapidly changing economic world.'. - W. Brian Arthur, Santa Fe Institute, New Mexico. TI€his is a marvellously rich work of synthesis, bringing together a very wide range of theoretical perspectives to make sense of contemporary patterns of economic and social change. Its range of reference is remarkable - and it is further proof that much of the most interesting theoretical and empirical work today is being done on the boundaries of disciplines.'. - Geoff Mulgan, Director, The Young Foundati.In 2002 US consumers spent over $100 billion on new cars, $200 billion on used vehicles and another $661 billion on ... With depreciation taken into account the average US owner can expect to pay more than $10, 000 a year for the privilege of ... Gross sales of cars and light trucks go up and down, for this is a saturated consumer market that waxes and wanes ... The Toyota Camry and Honda Accord , the best selling US cars for several years, both outsold the Ford Taurus, the best anbsp;...

Title:Social Innovations, Institutional Change, and Economic Performance
Author: T. J. Hmlinen
Publisher:Edward Elgar Publishing - 2007-01-01

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