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The work of David Teece, Richard Rumelt, Richard Langlois, Giovanni Dosi, Brian Loasby, and others is also inspired by this tradition.
It is exemplified in the works of Brian Arthur (1989), Douglass North (1990), Paul David (1985), Richard Nelson and Sidney Winter (1982), and Paul Romer (1990; see passim Dosi et al.
A growing interest in technological change and economic growth has outlined a superficial functionalist view on the processes of technical change, perceiving business firms as following a specific technological trajectory defined by the set of routines and competences generated over the years (Nelson & Winter, 1982; Dosi, 1982).
The real issue is, as Dosi and Orsenigo (1988) argue, to understand how a world that appears to be full of these nonlinear relations, each with its potential for unstable behaviour, manages to behave in a relatively stable way.
Technological Change and the Nature of the Firm in Dosi, Freeman, Nelson, Siverberg and Soete (eds.
BK Dosi, managing director, RREC said, "A joint venture company between Rajasthan government and Adani group will be formed where the state government's stake would be 50%.
Team members who took first place in the DIrect DIposit challenge were: Siddhant Dosi, Anshuman Madhukar, Akshay Gopinathan, Nikhil Sridhar, Nitin Volety, Praneet Mekela and Victor Szabo.
Dosi (1990) defines that the challenge of the enterprises on the way to industrialization is to administer the technological learning, with the objective to reach such parameters of competitiveness of the enterprises of countries with first class technology.
During Ramadan, people break Roza by eating dates," said Rupali Dosi, a Shopkeeper.
1 1 Dosi 1 Galeati 15 Martelli 1 2 Monti 14 Torchiani 5 (1) 6 1 Ferrari 1 Jacoboni Baldini Corsi 2 2 Lolli 9 6 1 Costa 1 Lattuada Mizzi Vitelli Bassetti Bucarelli 8 8 Calabria 1 (1) Capanna 1 (1) Gualino 2 Roda Rossi 4 Valeri M.
of Sussex, UK) is introduced by Dosi (Technical Change and Economics, 1988) as one of the founders of the economics of innovation as a distinct sub-field of social science.
eCOWe have chosen the IntelliDAR product which we believe will provide the best solution for our surveillance needs,eCO said Massimiliano Dosi, chief operating officer, Abu Dhabi Airports Company.
C[pounds sterling]Having identified an abrasion in the runway, ADAC has taken the decision that a re-asphalting of a small section of the airportCOs only airstrip is essential and is to be conducted early next week,C[yen] said Massimiliano Dosi, Chief Operating Officer, ADAC.
Giovanni Dosi, Luigi Marengo, & Corrado Pasquali, Knowledge, Competition and Innovation: Is Strong IPR Protection Really Needed for More and Better Innovations?