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Cosmopolitan Democracy

   
   

Cosmopolis

   
   
   
   
       
 
 
     
     
 
   
 
 
  Global Democracy: Normative and Empirical Perspectives
  Edited by Daniele Archibugi, Mathias Koenig-Archibugi and Raffaele Marchetti
 
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2011, pp. 296
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Daniele Archibugi, Mathias Koenig-Archibugi and Raffaele Marchetti: Introduction: mapping global democracy
Raffaele Marchetti: Models of global democracy. In defence of cosmo-federalism 3
Terry Macdonald: Citizens or stakeholders? Exclusion, equality and legitimacy in global stakeholder democracy
Thomas Christiano: Is democratic legitimacy possible for international institutions?
Andreas Follesdal: Cosmopolitan democracy: neither a category mistake nor a categorical imperative
Carol C. Gould: Regional versus global democracy: advantages and limitations
Tim Murithi: Towards the metamorphosis of the United Nations: a proposal for establishing global democracy

Bruno S. Frey: Flexible government for a globalized world

Mathias Koenig-Archibugi: Global democracy and domestic analogies

Kate Macdonald: Global democracy for a partially joined-up world: toward a multi-level system of public power and democratic governance?

Jonas Tallberg and Anders Uhlin: Civil society and global democracy: an assessment

B. S. Chimni: Global capitalism and global democracy: subverting the other?

Daniele Archibugi: From peace between democracies to global democracy

Richard A. Falk: The promise and perils of global democracy.

   
 
     
   
 
 
  Innovation and Economic Crisis. Lessons and Prospects from the Economic Downturn
  By Daniele Archibugi and Andrea Filippetti
 
Routledge, London, 2011, pages 184
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Preface
Introduction
1. At the Root of the Crisis: Some Proposed Explanations
2. Technological Change, Patterns of Innovation, and Economic Development: The Contribution of the Neo-Schumpeterian Research
3. The Role of the Rules: National Systems of Innovation and Labor Market Institutions
4. Is the Crisis Hampering Innovation Convergence in Europe?
5. National Systems of Innovation, Structure, and Demand

6. Varieties of Capitalism and Innovation Investment

7. Who is Swimming Against the Stream: Is Accumulation More Creative than Destruction?

8. Innovation in the Manufacturing and Service Sector: Impact and Firms' Strategies

9. Is Slack Good for Innovation in Times of Crisis?

10. Conclusions

   
 
     
   
 
 
  The Global Commonwealth of Citizens: Toward Cosmopolitan Democracy
  By Daniele Archibugi
 
Princeton University Press, Princeton, 2008, Pages 298
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Chapter 1) INTRODUCTION: A Queen for the World (p. 1)
PART ONE: The Theory of Cosmopolitan Democracy (p. 15)
Chapter 2) The Conception of Democracy (p. 17)
Chapter 3) Democracy and the Global System (p. 53)
Chapter 4) The Architecture of Cosmopolitan Democracy (p. 85)
Chapter 5) Critical Debate on Cosmopolitan Democracy (p. 123)
PART TWO: The practice of Cosmopolitan Democracy (p. 151)

Chapter 6) The Central Importance of the United Nations (p. 153)

Chapter 7) Cosmopolitanism and Humanitarian Intervention (p. 184)

Chapter 8) Can Democracy Be Exported) (p. 206)

Chapter 9) A Cosmopolitan Perspective on the Self-Determination of Peoples (p. 226)

Chapter 10) Is a Multilingual Democracy Possible? (p. 249)

Chapter 11) Conclusions: The Prospects for Cosmopolitan Democracy (p. 274)

   
 
   
 
 
 

Cittadini del mondo - Verso una democrazia cosmopolitica

 

by Daniele Archibugi

 

Il Saggiatore, Milano, 2009, Pages. 330

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Prefazione: Una regina per il mondo?
PRIMA PARTE: La teoria della democrazia cosmopolitica
1. La concezione della democrazia
2. Democrazia e sistema globale
3. L'architettura della democrazia cosmopolitica
4. Il dibattito critico sulla democrazia cosmopolitica
SECONDA PARTE: La prassi della democrazia cosmopolitica
5. La centralità delle Nazioni Unite
6. Cosmopolitismo e intervento umanitario

7. Si può esportare la democrazia?

8. Una prospettiva cosmopolitica sull'autodeterminazione dei popoli

9. E' possibile una democrazia multilinguistica?

CONCLUSIONI: La prospettiva di una democrazia cosmopolitica

 
   
 
 
  La démocratie cosmopolitique - Sur la voie d'une démocratie mondiale
  By Daniele Archibugi
 
Editions du Cerf, Paris, 2009, Pages 81
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Présentation par Louis Lourme
Introduction
1. Les sept hypothéses de départ de la démocratie cosmopolitique
2. Structure de la démocratie cosmopolitique
3. Les principales critiques et leurs réponses
Conclusion: ce qu'il reste a penser
   
 
   
 
 
  Debating Cosmopolitics
  Edited by Daniele Archibugi
 
Verso, London, 2003, Pages 310
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Daniele Archibugi: Cosmopolitical democracy (pages 1-15)
Geoffrey Hawthorn: Running the World through Windows (pages 16-26)
David Chandler: 'International Justice' (pages 27-39)
Timothy Brennan: Cosmopolitanism and Internationalism (pages 40-50)
Peter Gowan: The New Liberal Cosmopolitanism (pages 51-66)
Nadia Urbinati: Can Cosmopolitical Democracy Be Democratic? (pages 67-85)
Craig Calhoun: The Class Consciousness of Frequent Travellers: Towards a Critique of Actually Existing Cosmopolitanism (pages 86-116)

Thomas Pogge: The Influence of the Global Order on the Prospects for Genuine Democracy in Developing Countries (pages 117-140)

Robin Blackburn: The Imperial Presidency and the Revolutions of Modernity (pages 141-183)

David Held: Violence, Law and Justice in a Global Age (pages 184-202)

Richard Falk and Andrew Strauss: The Deeper Challenges of Global Terrorism: a Democratizing Response (pages 203-231)

Mario Pianta: Democracy vs Globalization. The Growth of Parallel Summits and Global Movements (pages 232-256)

Daniele Archibugi: Demos and Cosmopolis (pages 257-272)

Daniele Archibugi and Mathias Koenig-Archibugi: Globalization, Democracy and Cosmopolis: A Bibliographical Essay (pages 273-292)

   
 
   
 
 
  The Globalizing Learning Economy
  Edited by Daniele Archibugi and Bengt-Åke Lundvall
 

Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2001, Pages 326

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List of figures

List of tables

List of abbreviations
List of contributors

Daniele Archibugi and Bengt-Åke Lundvall: Introduction: Europe and the Learning Economy (pages 1-17)
Part One:
Europe in Global Competition
Luc Soete: The New Economy: A European Perspective (pages 21-44)

Jan Fagerberg: Europe at the Crossroads: The Challenge from Innovation-Based Growth (pages 45-62)

Part Two:
New Trends in Firm Organization, Competition, and Cooperation
Patrick Cohendet and Pierre-Benoit Joly: The Production of Technological

Patrick Cohendet and Pierre-Benoit Joly: The Production of Technological Knowledge: New Issues in a Learning Economy (pages 63-82)

Pedro Conceição and Manuel Heitor: Universities in the Learning Economy: Balancing Institutional Integrity with Organizational Diversity (pages 83-96)

Mark Tomlinson: A New Role for Business Services in Economic Growth (pages 97-110)

Part Three:

The Globalizing Innovation Process

Daniele Archibugi and Simona Iammarino: The Globalization of Technology and National Policies (pages 111-126)

Lynn K. Mytelka: Mergers, Acquisitions, and Inter-firm Technology Agreements in the Global Learning Economy (pages 127-144)

Part Four:
New Challenges for Europe: Inequality, Sustainability, and Organizational Innovation
Gerd Schienstock: Social Exclusion in the Learning Economy (pages 163-176)
Frieder Meyer-Krahmer: Industrial Innovation and Sustainability: Conflicts and Coherence (pages 177-194)
Benjamin Coriat: Organizational Innovation in European Firms: A Critical Overview of the Survey Evidence (pages 195-218)
Part Five:
Innovation Policy in the New Context
Charles Edquist: Innovation Policy: A Systemic Approach (pages 219-238)
Margaret Sharp: The Need for New Perspectives in European Commission Innovation Policy (pages 239-252)
Jens Nyholm, Lars Normann, Clauss Frelle-Petersen, Matk Riis, and Peter Torstensen: Innovation Policy in the Knowledge-Based Economy: Can Theory Guide Policy Making? (pages 253-272)
Bengt-Åke Lundvall: Innovation Policy in the Globalizing Learning Economy (pages 273-292)
 
 
   
 
 
  Innovation Policy in a Global Economy
  Edited by Daniele Archibugi, Jeremy Howells and Jonathan Michie
 

Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1999, Pages 290

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List of figures

List of tables

List of contributors
C. Freeman: Foreword
Preface and acknowledgements

D. Archibugi, J. Howells and J. Michie: Innovation systems and policy in a global economy: an introduction (pages 1-18)
Part One:
National Systems of Innovations:
B-Å. Lundvall: Technology policy in the learning economy (pages 19-34)
G. Dosi: Some notes on national systems of innovation and production, and their implications for economic analysis (pages 35-48)
M. Pianta: Technology, growth and employment: do national systems matter? (pages 49-66)
Part Two:
Regional, National, and Global Forces:
J. Howells: Regional systems of innovation? (pages 67-93)

K. Pavitt and P. Patel: Global corporations and national systems of innovation: who dominates whom? (pages 94-119)

M. F. Kluth and J. B. Andersen: Globalisation and financial diversity: the making of venture capital markets in France, Germany and the UK (pages 120-138)

P. Guerrieri: Patterns of national specialization in the global competitive environment (pages 139-162)  

Part Three:

Globalisation and Economic Performance:

M. Kitson and J. Michie: The political economy of globalisation (pages 163-184) 

J. H. Dunning and C. Wymbs: The geographical sourcing of technological based assets by multinational enterprises (pages 185-224)

J. Cantwell:  Innovation as the principal source of growth in the global economy (pages 225-241)
D. Archibugi and S. Iammarino: The policy implications of the globalisation of innovation (pages 242-271)
 
 
   
 
 
  Il triangolo dei servizi pubblici.
  L'organizzazione economica dei servizi fra governi locali, imprese erogatrici e cittadini-utenti .
 

Marsilio, Venezia, 1999, Pages 248

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Indice

Sergio Ristuccia: Prefazione

Premessa

Introduzione

Daniele Archibugi, Giuseppe Ciccarone, Mauro Marè, Bernardo Pizzetti e Flaminia Violati: L’economia dei servizi pubblici: teoria e organizzazione
L'intervento dello Stato nel settore sei servizi (Pages 11-20)
I servizi: alcune tassonomie fondamentali (Pages 21-26)
Le quattro fasi: protezione, finanziamento, organizzazione, produzione (Pages 27-32)
L’organizzazione economica del servizio pubblico: agenti e mercati (Pages 33-38)
La situazione di partenza: il monopolio temporalmente indeterminato (Pages 39-44)
La riorganizzazione dei servizi: concorrenza nel e per il mercato (Pages 45-54)
Le relazioni triangolari come rapporti agente/principale (Pages 55-62)
Costi di transizione e dilemma della staffetta (Pages 63-74)
L’"albero delle decisioni" dell’amministratore pubblica (Pages 75-80)
Conclusioni (Pages 81-85)
Appendice A. L’assetto del settore elettrico in Italia prima e dopo il "decreto Bersani" (Pages 86-95)
Appendice B. Definizioni (Pages 96-98)
Riferimenti bibliografici (Pages 99-104)
L’organizzazione delle economie pubbliche locali dell’Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations
Avvertenza
Premessa
Introduzione
Distinguere tra fornitura e produzione (Pages 117-142)
La separazione tra settore della fornitura ed area della produzione (Pages 143-152)
L’articolazione nel settore della fornitura (Pages 153-170)

L’articolazione nel settore della produzione (Pages 171-178)

Governo, modifiche istituzionali e comunità civica (Pages 179-198)
Equità (Pages 199-206)
Conclusione: la ricerca e le raccomandazioni politiche (Pages 207-216)
Risultati e conclusioni della Commissione (Pages 217-220)
Appendice A. Indicazioni della Commissione (Pages 221-224)
Riferimenti bibliografici (Pages 225-232)
 
 
   
 
 
  Trade Growth and Technical Change
  Edited by Daniele Archibugi and Jonathan Michie
 

Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1998, Pages 292

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List of contributors
Nathan Rosenberg: Foreword
Acknowledgements
List of abbreviations

Daniele Archibugi and Jonathan Michie: Trade, growth and technical change: what are the issues? (pages 1-15)
Christopher Freeman: The economics of technical change (pages 16-54)
Parimal Patel and Keith Pavitt: Uneven (and divergent) technological accumulation among advanced countries: evidence and a framework of explanation (pages 55-82)
Mario Pianta: Technology and growth in OECD countries, 1970–1990 (pages 83-97)
Maury Gittleman and Edward Wolff: R & D activities and cross-country growth comparisons (pages 98-121)
Daniele Archibugi and Mario Pianta: Aggregate convergence and sectoral specialization in innovation. Evidence for industrial countries (pages 122-140)
Giovanni Amendola, Paolo Guerrieri and Pier Carlo Padoan: International patterns of technological accumulation and trade (pages 141-167)
Hariolf Grupp and Gunnar Münt: Trade on high-technology markets and patent statistics - leading edge versus high level technology (pages 168-187)
Paolo Guerrieri and Carlo Milana: High-technology industries and international competition (pages 188-207)
Jan Fagerberg: User-producer interaction, learning and comparative advantage (pages 208-225)
References 
Index
   
 
   
 
 
  Re-imagining Political Community
  Edited by Daniele Archibugi, David Held and Martin Köhler
 

Polity Press, Cambridge, 1998, Pages 368

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Daniele Archibugi, David Held and Martin Köhler: Introduction (pages 1-10)
Part One:
The Transformation of the Interstate System
David Held: Democracy and Globalization (pages 11-27)
James N. Rosenau: Governance and Democracy in a Globalizing World (pages 28-57)
David Beetham: Human Rights as a Model for Cosmopolitan Democracy (pages 58-71)
James Crawford and Susan Marks: The Global Democracy Deficit: an Essay in International Law and its Limits (pages 72-90)
Mary Kaldor: Reconceptualizing Organized Violence (pages 91-112)
Part Two:
Citizenship, Sovereignty and Transnational Democracy
Andrew Linklater: Citizenship and Sovereignty in the post-Westphalian European State (pages 113-137)
Ulrich K.Preuss: Citizenship in the EU - A Paradigm for Transnational Democracy? (pages 138-151)
Richard Bellamy and Dario Castiglione: Between Cosmopolis and Community: Three Models of Rights and
Democracy within the European Union (pages 152-178)
Janna Thompson: Community Identity and World Citizenship (pages 179-197)
Daniele Archibugi: Principles of Cosmopolitan Democracy (pages 198-230) 
Part Three:
The Prospects of Cosmopolitan Democracy
Martin Köhler: From the National to the Cosmopolitan Public Sphere (pages 231-251) 
Gwyn Prins and Elizabeth Sellwood: Global Security Problems and the Challenge to Democratic Process (pages 252-272)
Pierre Hassner: Refugees: a Special Case for Cosmopolitan Citizenship? (pages 273-286)
Derk Bienen, Volker Rittberger and Wolfgang Wagner: Democracy in the United Nations System: Cosmopolitan and
Communitarian Principles (pages 287-308)
Richard Falk: The United Nations and Cosmopolitan Democracy: Bad Dream, Utopian
Fantasy, Political Project (pages 309-331)
Index
   
 
   
 
 
  Diritti umani e democrazia cosmopolitica
  Daniele Archibugi e David Beetham
 

Feltrinelli, Milano, 1998, Pages 168

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Daniele Archibugi e David Beetham: La Dichiarazione universale dei diritti umani cinquant’anni dopo (Pages 7-24)
David Beetham: Diritti umani e democrazia: una relazione: una relazione dalle molteplici facce (Pages 25-65)
Daniele Archibugi: Principi di democrazia cosmopolitica (Pages 66-124)
Appendice a cura di Mathias Koenig-Archibugi:
La dichiarazione dei diritti umani. Quadro cronologico (Pages 125-133)
Dichiarazione dei diritti della Virginia (12 giugno 1776) (Pages 134-136)
Dichiarazione dei diritti dell’uomo e del cittadino (26 agosto 1789) (Pages 137-139)
Dichiarazione universale dei diritti umani (10 dicembre 1948) (Pages 140-148)
Bibliografia essenziale
Associazioni italiane per la promozione internazionale dei diritti umani
 
 
   
 
 
  Technology Globalisation and Economic Performance
  Edited by Daniele Archibugi and Jonathan Mitchie
 

Cambridge University Press, 1997, Pages 321

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List of figures
List of tables
List of contributors
Richard Nelson: Foreward
Preface and acknowledgements

Daniele Archibugi and Jonathan Michie: Technological globalisation and national systems of innovation: an introduction; (Pages 1-23)
Christopher Freeman: The ‘national system of innovation’ in historical perspective (Pages 24-49)
Martin Fransman: Is national technology policy obsolete in a globalised world? The Japanese response (Pages 50-82)
Martin Bell and Keith Pavitt: Technological accumulation and industrial growth: contrasts between developed and developing countries (Pages 83-137)
David Mowery and Joanne Oxley: Inward technology transfer and competitiveness: the role of national innovation systems (Pages 138-171)
Daniele Arhibugi and Jonathan Michie: The globalisation of technology: a new taxonomy (Pages 172-197)
Pari Patel: Localised production of technology for global markets (Pages 198-214)
John Cantwell: The globalisation of technology: what remains of the product cycle model? (Pages 215-240)
Franco Malerba and Luigi Orsenigo: Schumpeterian patterns of innovation (Pages 241-267)
Stan Metcalfe: Technology systems and technology policy in an evolutionary perspective (Pages 268-296)
Index
   
 
   
 
 
  Economia globale e innovazione
  a cura di Daniele Archibugi e Gianfranco Imperatori
 

Donzelli, Roma,1997, Pages 288

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Gianfranco Imperatori: Prefazione
Gianfranco Imperatori: La sfida economica globale e le opportunità per l'Italia (Pages 3-43)
Paul Krugman: Il cambiamento tecnologico nel commercio internazionale (Pages 45-72)
John Cantwell: Imprese multinazionali e attività innovative: verso un nuovo approccio evoluzionista
Daniele Archibugi: Innovazione e globalizzazione. Definizione, misurazione e implicazioni per le politiche (Pages 113-157)
Daniele Archibugi, Marco Ceccagnoli e Daniela Palma: Innovazione e internazionalizzazione nelle imprese manifatturiere italiane (Pages 159-237)
Stefano Breschi e Maria Luisa Mancusi: Il modello di specializzazione tecnologica dell'Italia: un'analisi basata sui brevetti europei (Pages 239-271)
   
 
   
 
 
 

Cosmopolitan Democracy.

An Agenda for a New World Order.

 

Edited by Daniele Archibugi and David Held

 

Polity Press, Cambridge, 1995, Pages 198

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Notes on Contributors
Editors' Introduction

Norberto Bobbio: Democracy and the International System (Pages 17-41)
Luigi Bonanate: Peace or Democracy? (Pages 42-67)
Mary Kaldor: European Institutions, Nation-States and Nationalism (Pages 68-95)
David Held: Democracy and the New International Order (Pages 96-120)
Daniele Archibugi: From the United Nations to Cosmopolitan Democracy (Pages 121-162)
Richard Falk: The World Order between Inter-State Law and the Law of Humanity: the Role of Civil Society Institutions (Pages 163-179)
Index
   
 
   
 
 
 

Il futuro delle Nazioni Unite.

 

Daniele Archibugi

 

Edizioni Lavoro, Roma, 1995, Pages 288

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L'ONU al bivio (Pages 9-22)

Quale sistema internazionale (Pages 23-44)
Il Consiglio di Sicurezza (Pages 45-58)

Il mantenimento della pace (Pages 59-92)

Il potere giudiziario (Pages 93-114)
L'Asemblea dei popoli (Pages 115-124)
Le Nazioni Unite hanno un futuro? (Pages 125-130)

Riferimenti bibliografici

Appendice: Le associazioni italiane

   
 
   
 
 
 

Cosmopolis.

È possibile una democrazia sovranazionale?

 

Daniele Archibugi, Richard Falk, David Held and Mary Kaldor

 

Manifestolibri, 1993, Pages 160

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David Held: Democrazia dalle città-stato a un ordine cosmopolitico?
(Pages 17-66)

Mary Kaldor: istituzioni europee, stati-nazione e nazionalismo
(Pages 67-90)

Daniele Archibugi: Dalle Nazioni unite alla democrazia cosmopolita (Pages 91-122)

Richard Falk: Raccomandazioni positive per il prossimo futuro: una prospettiva di ordine mondiale (Pages 123-157)
   
 
   
 
 
 

The Technological Specialization of Advanced Countries. A Report to the EEC on International Science and Technology Activities.

 

Daniele Archibugi and Mario Pianta

 

Kluwer, Boston 1992, Pages 179

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List of Tables

List of Figures

List of Abbreviations

Preface by Jacques Delors
(President of the Commission of the European Communities)

Acknowledgements

Introduction and Summary

Structural Change and International Strategies in Science and Technology (Pages 7-17)
An Overview of Scientific and Technological Activities in the Advanced Countries (Pages 18-42)
Sectoral Strengths and Weaknesses of Advanced Countries in Different Patent Institutions (Pages 43-59)
Changes over Time and Impact of Patenting Activity: The Sectoral Distribution of Patent Counts and Patent Citations in the US (Pages 60-78)
National Technological Specialization and Sectoral Growth Rates in Patenting (Pages 79-88)
Sectoral Strengths and Weaknesses of Advanced Countries in Science (Pages 89-102)
Degree of Specialization and Size of National Scientific and Technological Activities (Pages 103-119)
The Inter-Industry Structure of Technological Specialization (Pages 120-128)
The Patterns and Impact of Technological Specialization (Pages 129-145)

Conclusions

References
Index

 
 
   
 
 
 

Filosofi per la pace

 

a cura di Daniele Archibugi e Franco Voltaggio

 

Editori Riuniti, Roma, 1991 and 1999, Pages 394

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Daniele Archibugi e Franco Voltaggio: Introduzione: Dai progetti per la pace perpetua ad un modello cosmopolitico di relazioni internazionali
William Penn: Discorso intorno alla pace presente e futura dell’Europa (1693) (Pages 11-38)
Abbé de Saint-Pierre (Charles-Irénée Castel): Dal "Progetto per rendere la pace perpetua in Europa". Prefazione (Pages 47-57)
Abbé de Saint-Pierre: Quarto discorso (Pages 58-110)
Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Estratto del progetto di pace perpetua del signor abate di Saint-Pierre (1758-59) (Pages 111-120)
Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Giudizio sul progetto di pace perpetua (1758-59) (Pages 149-162)
Jeremy Bentham: Della guerra considerata sotto il profilo delle sue cause e conseguenze (1786-89) (Pages 175-182)
Progetto per una pace universale e perpetua (1786-89) (Pages 183-204)
James Madison: La pace universale (1792) (Pages 211-216)
Immanuel Kant: Per la pace perpetua. Un progetto filosofico (1795) (Pages 237-286)
Johann Gottlieb Fichte: Per la pace perpetua. Un progetto filosofico di Immanuel Kant (1796) (Pages 293-302)
 
 
   
 
 
 

Cambiamento tecnologico e sviluppo industriale

 

a cura di Daniele Archibugi e Enrico Santarelli

 

Franco Angeli, Milano, 1990, Pages 370

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Daniele Archibugi e Enrico Santarelli: Introduzione
Informazioni sugli autori
Frederich M. Scherer: Invenzione e innovazione nello sviluppo del motore a vapore: l'intrapresa di Watt e Boulton (Pages 19-24)
Brian R. Mitchell: L'avvento della Ferrovia e lo sviluppo economico del Regno Unito (Pages 25-55)
Nathan Rosenberg: Lo sfruttamento commerciale della scienza da parte della industria americana (Pages 56-82)
Warren D.Devine Jr.: Dagli alberi meccanici di trasmissione ai cavi elettrici: una prospettiva storica sull'elettrificazione (Pages 83-126)
Vivien Walsh: Invenzione e innovazione nell'industria chimica: 'demand-pull' o 'discovery-push? (Pages 127-162)
Richard R. Nelson: La relazione tra scienza ed invenzione: il caso del transistor (Pages 215-259)
Barbara G. Katz e Almarin Phillips: Pubblica amministrazione, opportunità tecnologiche e nascita dell'industria dei computers (Pages 260-322)

Enrico Santarelli e Daniele Archibugi: Teoria, storia e istituzioni nell'analisi economica del cambiamento tecnologico (Pages 323-370)

 
 
     
     
 
     
     
     
 
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