The globalisation of technology: a new taxonomy
Much has been written on the increasingly international generation, transmission and diffusion of technologies, with the phenomenon having been given its own term—techno-globalism—and interpreted by some as displacing national systems of innovation and making redundant and futile any attempt by national governments to foster technological development domestically. This paper reconsiders the evidence by developing a new taxonomy and investigating separately: (a) the global exploitation of tech...Expand abstract
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- N.B. Professor Michie was based at the University of Cambridge when this article was first published. The full-text of this article is not available in ORA at this time. Citation: Archibugi, D. & Michie, J. (1995). 'The globalisation of technology: a new taxonomy', Cambridge Journal of Economics, 19(1), 121-140. [Available at http://cje.oxfordjournals.org/].