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Moneymaking
Author: Faiz Gallouj
ISBN: 1840646705
Subcategory: Industries
Pages 176 pages
Publisher Edward Elgar Pub (July 31, 2002)
Language English
Category: Moneymaking
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Contemporary economies are often described as innovation economies All content in this area was uploaded by Faïz Gallouj on Feb 16, 2018. Download full-text PDF.

Contemporary economies are often described as innovation economies. They are also definitely service economies as far as services are their main sources of wealth and employment. The aim of this book is to try and reconcile these two basic characteristics of contemporary economies. All content in this area was uploaded by Faïz Gallouj on Feb 16, 2018.

Whilst contemporary economies are innovative, they are also predominantly service economies in so much as services are the main source of wealth and employment

Whilst contemporary economies are innovative, they are also predominantly service economies in so much as services are the main source of wealth and employment. However, there is still considerable unwillingness to consider innovation in terms of services, a paradox rooted in an obsolete conception which regards manufacturing as the only engine of growth.

Innovation in the service economy: the new wealth of nations. Edward Elgar Publishing, 2002. Innovation in services and the attendant old and new myths. The Journal of Socio-Economics 31 (2), 137-154, 2002. New modes of innovation: how services benefit industry. J Gadrey, F Gallouj, O Weinstein. International journal of service industry management 6 (3), 4-16, 1995. Journal of evolutionary economics 19 (2), 149, 2009.

Contemporary economies are often described as innovation economies Other versions of this item: Faïz Gallouj, 2002. Innovation in the service economy: the new wealth of nations," Post-Print halshs-00198409, HAL. Paradoxically there is still considerable unwillingness to consider them as economies of innovation in services, as if the two main characteristics of modern societies (service and innovation) could coexist while ignoring each other. Other versions of this item: Faïz Gallouj, 2002. More about this item.

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Bibliographic Details. Title: Innovation in the Service Economy: The New. Whilst contemporary economies are innovative, they are also predominantly service economies in so much as services are the main source of wealth and employment. Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub. Publication Date: 2002. In this book, the author propounds a theoretical framework which describes and evaluates the main approaches to analyzing and understanding innovation in services.

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Measuring and Improving Productivity in Services: Issues, Strategies and Challenges (Services, Economy and Innovation). by Faridah Djellal, Faiz Gallouj. ISBN 9781847202697 (978-1-84720-269-7) Hardcover, Edward Elgar Pub, 2009. Coauthors & Alternates.

Whilst contemporary economies are innovative, they are also predominantly service economies in so much as services are the main source of wealth and employment. However, there is still considerable unwillingness to consider innovation in terms of services, a paradox rooted in an obsolete conception which regards manufacturing as the only engine of growth. In this book, the author propounds a theoretical framework which describes and evaluates the main approaches to analyzing and understanding innovation in services. He provides interesting and extensive empirical material on the nature and sources of innovation in various services sectors and countries, and makes an original contribution both to theories of innovation in services and theories of innovation in general. Taking both an evolutionary and conventionalist stance, he demonstrates that services, and more importantly innovations in services, can be regarded as the new wealth of nations.