How can countries adopt existing technologies to accelerate their development process?
January 25, 2018 Editor 0Few people have shaped the way we see the process of economic development as Joseph Schumpeter did. While his theory of economic growth through innovation and creative destruction has been widely disseminated in academic and policy circles, we know less about one critical implication for economic development: the huge potential role of technology adoption.
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Categories: World Bank PSD
Tags: technology adoption
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