ISBN-10:
0979438802
ISBN-13:
9780979438806
Pub. Date:
06/19/2007
Publisher:
WingSpan Press
Predicting Technology / Edition 2

Predicting Technology / Edition 2

by Thomas E. Vass

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Overview

Disruptive technologies and rapid innovations have become more pronounced as the global markets become more open and integrated. Sometimes, the disruptive technologies cause economic loss and financial uncertainties for families and companies who are not prepared to deal with the new global marketplace.
Predicting Technology explains how technological innovation occurs and helps readers understand where new markets may be created in the future. It offers essential advice for people who would like to start a new company or who may want to consider a career change to take advantage of the new markets that will emerge.
The theory explained in the book is written for non-economists and ordinary citizens who would like to better understand how technology evolves.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780979438806
Publisher: WingSpan Press
Publication date: 06/19/2007
Series: Technology Series
Pages: 376
Product dimensions: 0.78(w) x 9.00(h) x 6.00(d)

Table of Contents


Introduction: Identifying New Market Opportunities and Creating the Jobs and Wealth Creation Pipeline In Your Community     1
From Clocks to Genetics: The Need To Modify Existing Economic and Marketing Theory to Explain the Trajectory of Technology and the Evolution of the Economy     13
How Equilibrium Economic Theory Serves As The Foundation For an Evolutionary Theory That Predicts Technology     27
Equilibrium As Non-Disruptive Asexual Technological Evolution     62
How Economic Equilibrium Leads to Economic and Political Inbreeding     84
Income Competition As The Basis of Disruptive Technological Innovation     105
Applying the Biological Metaphor of Population Genetics to Economic and Marketing Theory     140
The Disruptive Economic Effect of Knowledge: The Creation, Diffusion and Commercialization of Knowledge     187
Disruptive Technological Crossover and The Emergence of New Markets     234
Using The New Theory to Identify Future Market Opportunities and Disruptive Technologies     288
Strategies For Companies and Citizens: Seizing New Market Opportunities and Creating The Jobs and Wealth Creation Pipeline In Your Community     306
Endnotes     325
Bibliography     353

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