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This paper proposes a new model for innovation policy that clearly distinguishes it from industrial policy.
The authors challenge the idea, implicit in much existing practice, that governments operate levers that affect innovation in predictable ways, and argue that innovation policy should...
When media historians call the telegraph the ‘Victorian Internet’, or liken ancient Egypt’s papyrus rolls to Twitter, they seek to emphasise what is common in human communication and social experience. But are important insights lost when historians make the past seem too like the present,...