Kamien, M.I. & Schwartz, N.L., 1972. Uncertain entry and excess capacity. ... M., 1982. The capacity expansion process in a growing oligopoly: the case of corn
* Kamien, Morton I. and Nancy L. Schwartz (1982) Market Structure and . Innovation, Cambridge University Press. [Chs 2-3]  “Schumpeterian Hypotheses”
monopoly and innovation by M. Kamien and N. Schwartz (Market Structure and Innovation [Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982]) divides incentives to ...
Kamien & Schwartz . Dynamic Optimization. Section 17 – 8 pp.103-111 *Romer . Advanced Macroeconomics 2nd ed. Chapter 2 . ... (Nov., 1982), pp. 1345-1370. *Romer .
(1982), Employment, Economics and Technology: The Impact of ... Kamien, M.I. ve N.L. Schwartz (1982), Market Structure and Innovation, Cambridge University
Manne, 1967; Kamien and Schwartz, 1972; Nickell, 1977; Womer, 1979; Klincewicz and Luss, 1985; Vickson ... 1982 7 1983 6 1984 6 1985 4 1986 9 1987 14 1988 20
Kamien and Schwartz (1972) ... ( 1982) reported that a greater incentive for early innovation exists when the intensity of rivalry increases over time.
the interested reader could consult Kamien and Schwartz (1982) and Tirole (1988, chapter 10). Second, theoretical and conceptual analyses are covered, rather than
1995; Kamien & Schwartz, 1982; Mansfield, Rapoport, Schnee, Wagner, & Hamburger, 1971; ...
Econometrica, Vol. 50, No. 2. (Mar., 1982), pp. 443-459. Stable URL: ... Morton I. Kamien; Nancy L. Schwartz Econometrica, Vol. 39, No. 3. (May, 1971), pp. 441-454.
of Schumpeter’s hypothesis (e.g. Kamien & Schwartz, 1982; Cohen & Levin, 1989). These and other studies usually investigate into the relationship between innovative
Kamien, M. and N. Schwartz (1982). Market Structure and Innovation. Cambridge University Press, Cam-bridge, U.K. Kemp, B. (1975). ‘The follow-on development process
Kamien MI, Schwartz NL. 1982. Market Structure and Innovation. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. Kandel E, Lazear EP. 1992. Peer pressure and partner-ship.
tries (Kamien & Schwartz, 1982). The former tend to be relatively well insu- lated from competitive pressures and are thus better able to internalize the ...
could consult Kamien and Schwartz (1982) and Tirole (1988, chapter 10). Second, theoretical and conceptual analyses are covered, rather than empirical studies.
uncertainties (KAMIEN and SCHWARTZ, 1982). However, appropriability mechanisms, especially those not patent, were not part of the discussion. Recently ...
Kamien, M.I. and N.L. Schwartz, 1982, Market structure and innovation, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. Kenney, M., 1986, Schumpeterian innovation and ...
Kamien MI, Schwartz NL. 1982. Market Structure and Innovation. Cambridge University Press: New York. Kim WC, Mauborgne RA. 1997. Value innovation: the
1Kamien and Schwartz , Cohen and Levin , Ahn  and Gilbert  are surveys of the relevant literature. ... M. I. Kamien and N. L. Schwartz.
(Kamien & Schwartz, 1982, p. 9). Large enterprises or concentrated markets could be able to engender technical change and promote an expansion of aggregate output.