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Phelps - Innovation imiteur

Key Ideas • The knowledge of innovators inevitably spreads. Imitators thus benefit from innovators’ research efforts. • Nevertheless, imitators do not reproduce innovations exactly, and they can add to the innovator’s knowledge in return. • The more widely innovation is spread, the more it contributes to innovators’ own knowledge and to their overall innovation capacity. (...)

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Key Ideas • Trust in e-government depends more on trust in the government, than on trust in (...)

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Social & societal trends and issues28 February 2009

The Impact of Religion on Risk-Taking in the United States

Companies’ aversion to risk is strongly linked to the level of religiousness of the community in (...)

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Key Ideas • The implementation of the Better Regulation Initiative, as part of the Lisbon Program, (...)

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Key Ideas • The implementation of the Better Regulation Initiative, as part of the Lisbon Program, (...)

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Corporate Strategy15 February 2009

Are Biotechs Profitable?

Key ideas • The “Silicon Valley” model of American development is not applicable when (...)

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 Key ideas: • A central component in the contract established between rating agencies and (...)

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