The Economics of Standards: Theory, Evidence, Policy
Edward Elgar, 2004 - 368 Seiten
'This book provides a comprehensive overview of the topic of standards, which remains a vastly under-researched field of empirical inquiry. It presents a variety of empirical analyses which reveal the driving forces and the economic impacts of standardization both in the manufacturing and the service sector. It will be of interest to industrial economists, R & D managers and policymakers involved with innovation and trade policy.' [Book jacket].
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