Sequential production, modular techniques and technological change

Most economic production models are restricted to relationships between input and output quantities. In the presence of technological change, these models do not capture all relevant information on production processes. As the present paper aims at demonstrating, even a stylized representation of th... Ausführliche Beschreibung

Späterer Titel: Sequential production, modular techniques and technological change - In: Structural change and economic dynamics, Vol. 16, Nr. 2, 2005, 221 - 241
1. Person: Buenstorf, Guido
Format: Sonstiges
Veröffentlicht: Jena MPI zur Erforschung von Wirtschaftssystemen [2002]
Beschreibung: 30 S.
Serien: Papers on economics & evolution / Max Planck Institute of Economics, Evolutionary Economics Group ; 0201
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