Beyond the Technological Revolution


Carlota Perez Papers

1983-94

Early publications showing the predictive power gained from studying technological revolutions and the nature of the current one.

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Structural Change and Assimilation of New Technologies in the Economic and Social Systems

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Microelectronics, Long Waves and Technical Change: New Perspectives for Developing Countries

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The new technologies: An integrated view

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Technical change and the new context for development

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1995-2012

Understanding the role of finance and the nature of bubbles and their relationship with technological revolutions.

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Finance and technical change: A Neo-Schumpeterian perspective

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Respecialisation and the deployment of the ICT paradigm: An essay on the present challenges of globalisation.

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The double bubble at the turn of the century: technological roots and structural implications

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The financial crisis and the future of innovation: A view of technical change with the aid of history

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2010-today

Looking forward: the role of the state and the ‘digital plus green solution’ for growth.

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Financial bubbles, crises and the role of governments in unleashing golden ages.

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Unleashing a golden age after the financial collapse: drawing lessons from history

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The new context for industrializing around natural resources: an opportunity for Latin America (and other resource-rich countries)?

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Innovation as Growth Policy: The Challenge for Europe

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