The Other Canon Foundation, Norway, and the Technology Governance program at Tallinn University of Technology (TUT), Estonia, have launched a new working papers series, entitled “Working Papers in Technology Governance and Economic Dynamics”. In the context denoted by the title series, it will publish original research papers, both practical and theoretical, both narrative and analytical, in the area denoted by such concepts as uneven economic growth, techno-economic paradigms, the history and theory of economic policy, and the administration of innovation, but also generally in the wider fields of industrial policy, development, technology, institutions, finance, public policy, and economic and financial history and theory.
The idea is to offer a venue for quickly presenting interesting papers – scholarly articles, especially as preprints, lectures, essays in a form that may be developed further later on – in a high-quality, nicely formatted version, free of charge: all working papers are downloadable for free from http://technologygovernance.eu/eng/the_core_faculty/working_papers/ as soon as they appear.
The working paper series is edited by Rainer Kattel (email@example.com), Wolfgang Drechsler (firstname.lastname@example.org), and Erik S. Reinert (email@example.com), who all of them will be happy to receive submissions, suggestions or referrals.
Full texts are also available in repec (http://www.repec.org)
Paper no. 1
Erik S. Reinert, Evolutionary Economics, Classical Development Economics, and the History of Economic Policy: A Plea for Theorizing by Inclusion.
Paper no. 2
Richard R. Nelson, Economic Development from the Perspective of Evolutionary Economic Theory.
Paper no. 3
Erik S. Reinert, Development and Social Goals: Balancing Aid and Development to Prevent ‘Welfare Colonialism’.
Paper no. 4
Jan Kregel and Leonardo Burlamaqui, Finance, Competition, Instability, and Development Microfoundations and Financial Scaffolding of the Economy.
Paper no. 5
Erik S. Reinert, European Integration, Innovations and Uneven Economic Growth: Challenges and Problems of EU 2005
Paper no. 6
Leonardo Burlamaqui, How Should Competition Policies and Intellectual Property Issues Interact in a Globalised World? A Schumpeterian Perspective
Paper no. 7
Paolo Crestanello and Giuseppe Tattara, Connections and Competences in the Governance of the Value Chain. How Industrial Countries Keep their Competitive Power.
Paper no. 8
Sophus A. Reinert, Darwin and the Body Politic: Schaffle, Veblen, and the Shift of Biological Metaphor in Economics
Paper no. 9
Antonio Serra, BREVE TRATTATO DELLE CAUSE
Paper no. 10
Joseph L. Love, The Latin American Contribution to Center-Periphery Perspectives: History and Prospect
Paper no. 11
Ronald Dore, Shareholder capitalism comes to Japan
Paper no. 12
Per Högselius, Learning to Destroy: Case studies of creative destruction
management in the new Europe
Paper no. 13
Gabriel Yoguel, Analia Erbes, Veronica Robert, and Jose Borello, Diffusion and appropriation of knowledge in different organizational structures
Paper no. 14
Erik S. Reinert, Rainer Kattel, European Eastern Enlargement as Europe's Attempted Economic Suicide?
Paper no. 15
Carlota Perez, Great Surges of development and alternative forms of globalization
Paper no. 16
Erik S. Reinert, Iulie Aslaksen, Inger Marie G. Eira, Svein Mathiesen, Hugo Reinert & Ellen Inga Turi, Adapting to Climate Change in Reindeer Herding: The Nation-State as Problem and Solution
Paper no. 17
Lawrence King, Patrick Hamm, The Governance Grenade: Mass Privatization, State Capacity and Economic Development in Postcommunist and Reforming Communist Societies
Paper no. 18
Erik S. Reinert, Rainer Kattel, The Economics of Failed, Failing, and Fragile States: Productive Structure as the Missing Link
Paper no. 19
Carlota Perez, The New Technologies: An Integrated View, July, 1986
Paper no. 20
Carlota Perez, Technological revolutions and techno-economic paradigms
Paper no. 21
Rainer Kattel, Jan A. Kregel, Erik S. Reinert, The Relevance of Ragnar Nurkse and Classical Development Economics
Paper no. 22
Erik S. Reinert, Financial Crises, Persistent Poverty, and the Terrible Simplifiers in Economics: A Turning Point Towards a New ‘1848 Moment’
Paper no. 23
Rainer Kattel, Erik S. Reinert and Margit Suurna, Industrial Restructuring and Innovation Policy in Central and Eastern Europe since 1990
Paper no. 24
Erkki Karo, Rainer Kattel, The Copying Paradox: Why Converging Policies but Diverging Capacities for Development in Eastern European Innovation Systems?
Paper no. 25
Erik S. Reinert, Emulation versus Comparative Advantage: Competing and Complementary Principles in the History of Economic Policy
Paper no. 26
Erik S. Reinert, Capitalist Dynamics: A Technical Note
Paper no. 27
Martin Doornbos, Failing States or Failing Models?: Accounting for the Incidence of State Collapse
Paper no. 28
Carlota Perez, The Financial Crisis and the Future of Innovation: A View of Technical Change with the Aid of History
Paper no. 29
Rainer Kattel, Annalisa Primi, The periphery paradox in innovation policy: Latin America and Eastern Europe Compared. Some reflections on why it is not enough to say that innovation matters for development.
Paper no. 30
Erkki Karo, Rainer Kattel, Is 'Open Innovation' Re-Inventing Innovation Policy for Catching-up Economies?
Paper no. 31
Rainer Kattel, Veiko Lember, Public Procurement As an Industrial Policy Tool an Option for Developing Countries?
Paper no. 32
Erik S. Reinert, Rainer Kattel, Modernizing Russia: Round III. Russia and the Other BRIC Countries: Forging Ahead, Catching Up or Falling Behind?
Paper no. 33
Erkki Karo, Rainer Kattel, Coordination of Innovation Policy in the Catching-Up Context: Estonia and Brazil Compared
Paper no. 34
Erik S. Reinert, Developmentalism
Paper no. 35
Fred Block, Matthew R. Keller, Where do Innovations Come From? Transformations in the U.S. Economy, 1970-2006
Paper no. 36
Erik S. Reinert, Arno Mong Daastøl, Production Capitalism vs. Financial Capitalism - Symbiosis and Parasitism. An Evolutionary Perspective and Bibliography
Paper no. 37
Erik S. Reinert, Zeitgeist in Transition: An Update to How Rich Countries Got Rich and Why Poor Countries Stay Poor
Paper no. 38
Marek Tiits, Tarmo Kalvet, Nordic Small Countries in the Global High-Tech Value Chains: The Case of Telecommunications Systems Production in Estonia
Paper no. 39
Erik S. Reinert, Mechanisms of Financial Crises in Growth and Collapse: Hammurabi, Schumpeter, Perez, and Minsky
Paper no. 40
Erik S. Reinert. Economics and the Public Sphere
Paper no. 41
Osvaldo Urzua. Emergence and Development of Knowledge-Intensive Mining Services (KIMS)
Paper no. 42
Carlota Perez. Innovation Systems and Policy: Not Only for the Rich?
Paper no. 43
Peer Vries. Does Wealth Entirely Depend on Inclusive Institutions and Pluralist Politics?
Paper no. 44
John A. Mathews. The Renewable Energies Technology Surge: A New Techno-Economic Paradigm in the Making?
Paper no. 45
Andres Cardenas O'Farrill. Natural Resource and Service-based Export Performance: Cuba After 1989
Paper no. 46
Ali Kadri. The Political Economy of the Syrian Crisis
Paper no. 47
Erik S. Reinert. Jacob Bielfeld's "On the Decline of States" (1760) and its Relevance for Today
Paper no. 48
Erik S. Reinert. Primitivization of the EU Periphery: The Loss of Relevant Knowledge
Paper no. 49
Erik S. Reinert and Rainer Kattel. Failed and Asymmetrical Integration: Eastern Europe and the Non-financial Origins of the European Crisis
Paper no. 50
Wolfgang Drechsler. Three Paradigms of Governance and Administration: Chinese, Western and Islamic
Paper no. 51
Wolfgang Drechsler. A Non-Autistic Approach to Socio-Economic Problems: Kathedersozialismus and the German Historical School
Paper no. 52
Erkki Karo, Rainer Kattel. Public Management, Policy Capacity, and Innovation
Paper no. 53
Ting Xu. The Production and Circulation of Manuscripts and Printed Books in China Compared to Europe, ca. 581-1840
Paper no. 54
Philipp Robinson Rossner. Burying Money. The Monetary Origins of Luther’s Reformation
Paper no. 55
Veiko Lember, Rainer Kattel, Tarmo Kalvet. How Governments Supprt Innovation through Public Procurement. Comparing Evidence from 11 Countries
Paper no. 56
Veiko Lember, Aleksandrs Cepilovs, Rainer Kattel. Demand-side Innovation Policy in Estonia: Rationales, Limits and Future Paths
Paper no. 57
Wolfgang Drechsler, Tiina Randma-Liiv. The New Public Management Then and Now: Lessons from the Transition in Central and Eastern Europe
Paper no. 58
Erik S. Reinert, Kenneth Carpenter. German Language Economic Bestsellers before 1850, with two chapters on a common reference point of Cameralism and Mercantilism
Paper no. 59
Andrea Saltelli, Catalin Dragomirescu-Gaina. New Narratives for the European Project
Paper no. 60
Egert Juuse. Estonian banking as a "world of 'dead letters'" - the interplay of Europeanization process and national idiosyncrasies
Paper no. 61
Piret Tõnurist, Rainer Kattel, Veiko Lember. Discovering Innovation Labs in the Public Sector
Paper no. 62
Carlota Perez. The new context for industrializing around natural resources: an opportunity for Latin America (and other resource rich countries)?
Paper no. 63Erkki Karo, Rainer Kattel, Ringa Raudla. Aftermath of the Great Recession: Challenges of coordinating fiscal consolidation and growth enhancing innovation policies in Central and Eastern Europe
Paper no. 64
Piret Tõnurist, Rainer Kattel, Veiko Lember. New Leisure Class and Conspicuous Politics in Urban Regeneration Initiatives
Paper no. 65
Erkki Karo, Veiko Lember. Emergence of a societal challenges based innovation policy in market-based innovation systems: lessons from Estonia
Paper no. 66
Erkki Karo, Rainer Kattel. How to Organize for Innovation: Entrepreneurial State and Organizational Variety