Article ID: CBB000076571

The usefulness of evolutionary models for explaining innovation: The case of the Netherlands in the 19th century (1998)

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Description On the reasons for the loss of technological leadership in the Netherlands.


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Authors & Contributors
Homburg, Ernst
Berg, Maxine L.
Klottrup, A. C.
Headrick, Daniel R.
Lang, Daniel W.
Fremdling, Rainer
Journals
Science in Context
Journal of Modern History
History of Education Quarterly
Archiv für Sozialgeschichte
Gewina
Journal of Medical Biography
Publishers
Cambridge University Press
Stanford University Press
Praeger
University of California Press
University of Minnesota
Il Poligrafo
Concepts
Technology
Technology and politics
Technology transfer
Engineering
Photography
Emigration; immigration
People
Merlin, John Joseph
Mach, Ernst
Fryer, John
Tesla, Nikola
Nobel, Alfred Bernhard
Time Periods
19th century
20th century
20th century, early
17th century
18th century
Places
British Isles
Europe
Central Europe: Germany, Austria, Switzerland
The Netherlands: Belgium, Holland, Luxembourg
Americas
India
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