Inter-industry Repercussions of Major Technological Innovations
This paper presents a preliminary exploration of an underdeveloped sector of the economic effects of technological innovations. It has three basic objectives: to review some basic limitations of most past studies; to suggest some concepts and analytical approaches for improving coverage of the fuller range of such effects; and to provide some empirical illustrations of the additional insights which may be obtained.
KeywordsBlast Furnace Technological Innovation Capital Good Industrial Innovation Blast Furnace Operation
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