2 edition of The diffusion of new technologies found in the catalog.
by Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Mass
|Other titles||Electric utility industry, the diffusion of new technologies, evidence from the.|
|Statement||Nancy L. Rose, Paul L. Joskow|
|Series||Working paper / Department of Economics -- no. 501, Working paper (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Economics) -- no. 501.|
|Contributions||Joskow, Paul L., Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Economics|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||43|
Modeling the Diffusion of a New Technology Various theories have been put forward to explain the slow diffusion of new technolo-gies. The early epidemic theories of diffusion suggested that diffusion is a disequilibrium process resulting from information asymme-tries between potential users, for example, Mansfield. In contrast to these epidemic. "[The Diffusion of Military Technology and Ideas] is a notable scholarly achievement with profound implications for national and international security." — The International History Review "With its broad and sophisticated approach, this volume brings a more expansive vision and greater theoretical rigor to the study of military diffusion.
Diffusion of new process technologies in Hungary. London: Pinter Publishers ; New York: Distributed exclusively in the USA and Canada by St. Martin's Press, (OCoLC) In developed countries one well-known model of the diffusion of technology is the Rogers S-shaped curve. This curve generally works quite well in the context of rich countries where the vast majority of new technologies are developed. The main task of the paper has been to consider the shape of this curve in the developing by: 2. Diffusion of industrial technology • The standard S-shaped diffusion curve has also been found in studies of industrial technology diffusion. Mansfield () looked at factors influencing inter-firm and intra-firm diffusion. He examined the diffusion of 12 different technologies in .
Beal, Rogers and Bohlen together developed a model called the diffusion process and later, Everett Rogers generalized the use of it in his widely acclaimed book Diffusion of Innovations (now in its fifth edition ), describing how new ideas and technologies spread in different cultures. Rogers described how the diffusion of innovation takes place in a social system as people undergo a five-step process to assess the impact of change on their work and lives: In the knowledge step, they become aware of a new idea and begin to develop . Book Club: Rogers, E. M. () Diffusion of innovations. (5th ed.) Simon and Schuster, New York, USA. [summary article]What is Diffusion? “Diffusion is the process in which an innovation is communicated through certain channels over time among the members of an social system” (pg. 5).
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