Standardization in technology-based markets

@article{Tassey2000StandardizationIT,
  title={Standardization in technology-based markets},
  author={G. Tassey},
  journal={Research Policy},
  year={2000},
  volume={29},
  pages={587-602}
}
  • G. Tassey
  • Published 2000
  • Economics
  • Research Policy
Abstract The complexity of modern technology, especially its system character, has led to an increase in the number and variety of standards that affect a single industry or market. Standards affect the R&D, production, and market penetration stages of economic activity and therefore have a significant collective effect on innovation, productivity, and market structure. Standards are classified into product-element and nonproduct categories because the two types arise from different… Expand
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