El concepto de Tecnología en la Historia del Pensamiento Económico. De los clásicos a Schumpeter, al evolucionismo de hoy

All schools of economic thought prior to Schumpeter did not pay attention to the processes of technological innovation which was assumed to be included in the capital-machine variable. The different approaches used from Schumpeter to the present are described, including neoclassical and evolutionary...

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Autor Principal: Gómez Mejía, Alberto
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Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad Libre 2017
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topic Pensamiento económico
tecnología
crecimiento
neoclásico
evolucionista
spellingShingle Pensamiento económico
tecnología
crecimiento
neoclásico
evolucionista
Gómez Mejía, Alberto
El concepto de Tecnología en la Historia del Pensamiento Económico. De los clásicos a Schumpeter, al evolucionismo de hoy
description All schools of economic thought prior to Schumpeter did not pay attention to the processes of technological innovation which was assumed to be included in the capital-machine variable. The different approaches used from Schumpeter to the present are described, including neoclassical and evolutionary schools, which are oriented to demonstrate that there can be neither growth nor development unless there are public policies that enhance the capacity of technological innovation from the educational and business. The study of technological innovation has gone from being an exclusive subject of macroeconomic policy to an issue of entrepreneurial and multidisciplinary dominance.
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title El concepto de Tecnología en la Historia del Pensamiento Económico. De los clásicos a Schumpeter, al evolucionismo de hoy
title_short El concepto de Tecnología en la Historia del Pensamiento Económico. De los clásicos a Schumpeter, al evolucionismo de hoy
title_full El concepto de Tecnología en la Historia del Pensamiento Económico. De los clásicos a Schumpeter, al evolucionismo de hoy
title_fullStr El concepto de Tecnología en la Historia del Pensamiento Económico. De los clásicos a Schumpeter, al evolucionismo de hoy
title_full_unstemmed El concepto de Tecnología en la Historia del Pensamiento Económico. De los clásicos a Schumpeter, al evolucionismo de hoy
title_sort el concepto de tecnología en la historia del pensamiento económico. de los clásicos a schumpeter, al evolucionismo de hoy
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spelling ir-10901-142112021-04-13T15:38:47Z El concepto de Tecnología en la Historia del Pensamiento Económico. De los clásicos a Schumpeter, al evolucionismo de hoy The concept of Technology in the History of Economic Thought. From the Classics to Schumpeter, Evolutionism and today O conceito de Tecnologia na História do Pensamento Econômico. Dos clássicos a Schumpeter, ao evolucionismo de hoje Gómez Mejía, Alberto Pensamiento económico tecnología crecimiento neoclásico evolucionista All schools of economic thought prior to Schumpeter did not pay attention to the processes of technological innovation which was assumed to be included in the capital-machine variable. The different approaches used from Schumpeter to the present are described, including neoclassical and evolutionary schools, which are oriented to demonstrate that there can be neither growth nor development unless there are public policies that enhance the capacity of technological innovation from the educational and business. The study of technological innovation has gone from being an exclusive subject of macroeconomic policy to an issue of entrepreneurial and multidisciplinary dominance. Ninguna de las escuelas del pensamiento económico de preocuparon por el proceso de la innovación tecnológica la cual se dio como incluída en la variable capital-máquina. Los diferentes enfoques desarrollados desde Schumpeter hasta la actualidad son descritos, incluyendo los de las escuelas neoclásicas y evolucionista que demustran que no puede haber ni crecimiento económico ni desarrollo a menos que se implementen políticas públicas orientadas a estimular la capacidad de la innovación tecnológica desde el sistema educativo y empresarial. El estudio de la innovación tecnológica ha dejado de ser un tema de política macroeconómica para ser tratado como elemento micro a nivel empresarial e incluso desde variados enfoques multidisciplinarios. Nenhuma das escolas de pensamento econômico preocupado com o processo de inovação tecnológica que foi dado como incluído na variável capital-máquina. 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