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Evolutorische Innovationsökonomik

  • Andreas PykaEmail author
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Zusammenfassung

Die evolutorische Ökonomik setzt sich die Erklärung von dynamischen, überwiegend durch technologische und andere Innovationen verursachten Wirtschaftsprozessen zum Ziel. Theoretisch wurzelt sie in den Arbeiten von Joseph A. Schumpeter aus dem frühen 20. Jahrhundert, der den in der Volkswirtschaftslehre im Vordergrund stehenden Preiswettbewerb durch den Innovationswettbewerb ersetzt und dem passiven homo oeconomicus den umtriebigen Entrepreneur an die Seite gestellt hat. Durchsetzen konnte sich die moderne evolutorische Ökonomik seit den 1980er-Jahren und liefert heute mit dem Ansatz der Innovationssysteme, den Rahmen für die ökonomische Innovationsforschung und Innovationspolitik.

Schlüsselwörter

Echte Unsicherheit Innovation Technologische Paradigmen Routinen Wissen 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institut für VolkswirtschaftslehreUniversität HohenheimStuttgartDeutschland

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