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Demand-pull and technology-push: What drives the direction of technological change? -- An empirical network-based approach

@inproceedings{Hotte2021DemandpullAT,
  title={Demand-pull and technology-push: What drives the direction of technological change? -- An empirical network-based approach},
  author={Kerstin Hotte},
  year={2021}
}
Demand-pull and technology-push are linked to an empirical two-layer network-based on coupled cross-industrial input-output (IO) and patent citation links among 155 4-digit (NAICS) US-industries in 1976-2006 to study the evolution of industry hierarchies and link formation. Both layers co-evolve, but differently: The patent network became denser and increasingly skewed, while market hierarchies are balanced and sluggish in change. Industries became more similar by patent citations, but less by… Expand

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