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Reviewer: Ruggero Rossi Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

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The author is a mainstream economist and in this book he analyzes innovation and its relationship with globalized market. In the beginning the Bhidé communicates his little trust in neoclassical theories about innovation and commerce, and he explains that his method of inquiry is similar to a “common law” trial, were various witnesses are heard, experts from different [...]

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Reviewer: Anton Tornberg Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

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In this article, Christian Borsh argues that Gabriel Tarde’s sociology has experienced a revival during the last times, not the least within innovation and diffusion research. This can partly be derived from the fact that scholars increasingly are reading Tarde through a Deleuzian perspective, but also from that formulating grand theories is “no longer an [...]

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