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.
Christiansen, T. (2017). ‘Manufacture of Black Ink in the Ancient Mediterranean’. BASP 54: 167–195.
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: Routledge.
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: Princeton University Press.
Papadopoulos, J.K. (2016). ‘The early history of the Greek alphabet: new evidence from Eretria and Methone’. Antiquity 90.353: 1238–1254.
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: Elsevier, 349–404.
Janko, R. (2015). ‘From Gabii and Gordion to Eretria and Methone: the rise of the Greek alphabet’. BICS 58.1: 1–32.
Dodgson, M., D.M. Gann and N. Phillips (2014). The Oxford Handbook of Innovation Management. Oxford: Oxford University Press .
Johnstone, S. (2014). ‘A New History of Libraries and Books in the Hellenistic Period’. CA 33.2: 347–393.
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: Oxford University Press , 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: Oxford University Press , 26–50.
Carlson, D.N. (2013). ‘The Seafarers and Shipwrecks of Ancient Greece and Rome’, in B. Ford, D.L. Hamilton and A. Catsambis (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Maritime Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 379–405.
Caron, F. (2013). Dynamics of Innovation the Expansion of Technology in Modern Times. New York: Berghahn.
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: Brill, 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.
Polzer, M. (2013). ‘Early Shipbuilding in the Eastern Mediterranean’, in B. Ford, D.L. Hamilton and A. Catsambis (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Maritime Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 349–378.
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: Max Planck Institute, 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: University of 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: Oxford University Press , 314–332.
Epstein, S.R. and M. Prak (2008). Guilds, Innovation and the European Economy, 1400-1800. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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: Oxford University Press, 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: Oxford University Press .
Hall, B.H. (2006). ‘Innovation and Diffusion’, in J. Fagerberg and D. Mowery (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Innovation. Oxford: Oxford University Press , 459–484.
Lo Cascio, E. (2006). innovazione tecnica e progresso economico nel mondo romano. Pragmateiai 10. Bari: Edipuglia.
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: Oxford University Press , 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: Edipuglia, 225–236.
Fagerberg, J. (2005). ‘Innovation: a guide to the literature’, in J. Fagerberg and D. Mowery (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Innovation. Oxford: Oxford University Press , 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: Elsevier, 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: Elsevier, 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: Oxbow.
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: Johns Hopkins University Press.
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.