This work discusses the role of industrial policies within an evolutionary view of innova­tion and learning as drivers of economic development. Building on the notions of techno­ logical paradigms and trajectories, it links the processes of catching up with the dynam­ics of capability accumulation within and across firms. Technological paradigms provide a structure to the knowledge embodied in individual and, even more importantly, in organi­zational problem-solving procedures and routines, which collectively define the techno­ logical and organizational capabilities of firms and whole countries. The improvement of such capabilities is at the core of the process of development and catching up, well be­yond sheer capital accumulation. In turn, such processes are embedded in broader na­tional systems of innovation in which industrial policies play a pivotal role.

Cimoli, M., Dosi, G., Yu, X., Industrial policies, patterns of learning and development: An evolutionary perspective., in A. Oqubay, C. C. H. C. &. R. K., The Oxford Handbook of Industrial Policy, A. Oqubay, C. Cramer, H. Chang, & R. Kozul-Wright, Oxford (UK) 2020: 93-124 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/205415]

Industrial policies, patterns of learning and development: An evolutionary perspective.

Yu, Xiaodan
2020

Abstract

This work discusses the role of industrial policies within an evolutionary view of innova­tion and learning as drivers of economic development. Building on the notions of techno­ logical paradigms and trajectories, it links the processes of catching up with the dynam­ics of capability accumulation within and across firms. Technological paradigms provide a structure to the knowledge embodied in individual and, even more importantly, in organi­zational problem-solving procedures and routines, which collectively define the techno­ logical and organizational capabilities of firms and whole countries. The improvement of such capabilities is at the core of the process of development and catching up, well be­yond sheer capital accumulation. In turn, such processes are embedded in broader na­tional systems of innovation in which industrial policies play a pivotal role.
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9780198862420
A. Oqubay, C. Cramer, H. Chang, & R. Kozul-Wright
Cimoli, M., Dosi, G., Yu, X., Industrial policies, patterns of learning and development: An evolutionary perspective., in A. Oqubay, C. C. H. C. &. R. K., The Oxford Handbook of Industrial Policy, A. Oqubay, C. Cramer, H. Chang, & R. Kozul-Wright, Oxford (UK) 2020: 93-124 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/205415]
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