Bibliography: Innovation

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Bathelt, H., J. Cantwell and R. Mudambi (2018). ‘Overcoming frictions in transnational knowledge flows: challenges of connecting, sense-making and integrating’. JEG 18.5: 1001–1022.
Baldi, J. and V. Roux (2016). ‘The innovation of the potter's wheel: a comparative perspective between Mesopotamia and the southern Levant’. Levant 48.3: 236–253.
Davids, K. and B. De Munck (2016). Innovation and Creativity in Late Medieval and Early Modern European Cities. London.
Flohr, M. (2016). ‘Innovation and Society in the Roman World’. Oxford Handbooks Online.
Flohr, M. (2016). ‘Innovation and Society in the Roman World’. Oxford Handbooks Online.
Mokyr, J. (2016). A Culture of Growth: The Origins of the Modern Economy. Princeton.
Carlino, G. and W.R. Kerr (2015). ‘Agglomeration and Innovation’, in G. Duranton, J.V. Henderson and W.C. Strange (eds), Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics. Amsterdam, 349–404.
Dodgson, M., D.M. Gann and N. Phillips (2014). The Oxford Handbook of Innovation Management. Oxford.
Ozaki, M. and M. Dodgson (2014). ‘Consumption of Innovation’, in M. Dodgson, D.M. Gann and N. Phillips (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Innovation Management. Oxford, 271–289.
Salter, A. and O. Alexy (2014). ‘The Nature of Innovation’, in M. Dodgson, D.M. Gann and N. Phillips (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Innovation Management. Oxford, 26–50.
Caron, F. (2013). Dynamics of Innovation the Expansion of Technology in Modern Times. New York.
Epstein, S.R. (2013). ‘Transferring Technical Knowledge and Innovating in Europe, c.1200 - c.1800’, in M. Prak and J.L. Van Zanden (eds), Technology, Skills and the Pre-Modern Economy in the East and the West. Leiden, 25–67.
Liu, J., C. Chaminade and B. Asheim (2013). ‘The Geography and Structure of Global Innovation Networks: A Knowledge Base Perspective’. European Planning Studies 21.9: 1456–1473.
Van Egeraat, Chr. and D. Kogler (2013). ‘Global and Regional Dynamics in Knowledge Flows and Innovation Networks’. European Planning Studies 21.9: 1317–1322.
Potts, D.T. (2012). ‘Technological Transfer and Innovation in Ancient Eurasia’, in J. Renn (ed.), The Globalization of Knowledge in History. Berlin, 105–120.
Shearmur, R. (2012). ‘Are cities the font of innovation? A critical review of the literature on cities and innovation’. Cities 29: 9–18.
Szefer, H. (2012). The Technology of Copper Alloys, Particularly Leaded Bronze, in Greece, its Colonies, and in Etruria during the Iron Age. Montréal.
Hollenback, K and M. Schiffer (2010). ‘Technology and Material Life’, in D Hicks and M.C. Beaudry (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies. Oxford, 314–332.
Epstein, S.R. and M. Prak (2008). Guilds, Innovation and the European Economy, 1400-1800. Cambridge.
Grabher, G., O. Ibert and S. Flohr (2008). ‘The Neglected King:The Customer in the New Knowledge Ecology of Innovation’. Economic Geography 84.3: 253–280.
Greene, K. (2008). ‘Inventors, inventions and attitudes toward technology and innovation’, in J.P. Oleson (ed.), Oxford Handbook of Engineering and Technology in the Classical World. Oxford, 800–818.
Bettencourt, L., J. Lobo, D. Helbing, Chr. Kühnert and G.B. West (2007). ‘Growth, innovation, scaling, and the pace of life in cities’. PNAS 104.17: 7301–7306.
Fagerberg, J. and D. Mowery (2006). The Oxford Handbook of Innovation. Oxford.
Hall, B.H. (2006). ‘Innovation and Diffusion’, in J. Fagerberg and D. Mowery (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Innovation. Oxford, 459–484.
Lo Cascio, E. (2006). innovazione tecnica e progresso economico nel mondo romano. Pragmateiai 10. Bari.
Rotroff, S. (2006). ‘The introduction of the moldmade bowl revisited. Tracking a Hellenistic Innovation’. Hesperia 75: 357–378.
Von Tunzelmann, N. and V. Acha (2006). ‘Innovation In Low-Tech Industries’, in J. Fagerberg and D. Mowery (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Innovation. Oxford, 407–432.
Wilson, A. (2006). ‘The Economic Impact of Technological Advances in the Roman construction industry’, in E. Lo Cascio (ed.), innovazione tecnica e progresso economico nel mondo romano. Bari, 225–236.
Fagerberg, J. (2005). ‘Innovation: a guide to the literature’, in J. Fagerberg and D. Mowery (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Innovation. Oxford, 1–26.
Galor, O. (2005). ‘From Stagnation to Growth: Unified Growth Theory’, in P. Aghion and S.N. Durlauf (eds), Handbook of Economic Growth. Amsterdam, 171–285.
Peri, G. (2005). ‘Determinants of Knowledge Flows and Their Effect on Innovation’. Review of Economics and Statistics 87.2: 308–322.
Audretsch, D.B. and M.P. Feldman (2004). ‘Knowledge Spillovers and the Geography of Innovation’, in J.V. Henderson and J.-F. Thisse (eds), Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics 4. Cities and Geography. Amsterdam, 2713–2739.
Gartman, D. (2002). ‘Bourdieu's Theory of Cultural Change: Explication, Application, Critique’. Sociological Theory 20.2: 255–277.
Shortland, A.J. (2001). The Social Context of Technological Change: Egypt and the Near East, 1650-1150 BC. Oxford.
Styles, J. (2000). ‘Product Innovation in Early Modern London’. Past and Present 168: 124–169.
Feldman, M.P. and D.B. Audretsch (1999). ‘Innovation in cities: Science-based diversity, specialization and localized competition’. European Economic Review 43.2: 209–229.
Edgerton, D. (1999). ‘From innovation to use: Ten eclectic theses on the historiography of technology’. History and Technology 16.2: 111–136.
McClellan, J.E. and H. Dorn (1999). Science and Technology in World History: An Introduction. Baltimore.
Audretsch, D.B. and M.P. Feldman (1996). ‘R&D Spillovers and the Geography of Innovation and Production’. The American Economic Review 86.3: 630–640.
Dobres, M.-A. and C.R. Hoffman (1994). ‘Social agency and the dynamics of prehistoric technology’. JAMT 1.3: 211–258.
Greene, K. (1994). ‘Technology and innovation in context: the Roman background to mediaeval and later developments’. JRA 7: 22–33.