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Die Bioökonomie Unter Dem Blickwinkel Der Innovationsökonomie

A. Pyka
Published 2017 · Political Science

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Die wirtschaftliche Entwicklung darf nicht nur – wie in der neoklassischen Okonomik – an quantitativen Wachstumsmasstaben gemessen werden. Vielmehr muss sie – in Anknupfung an die Schumpetersche Okonomik – auch nach der qualitativen Veranderung grundlegender wirtschaftlicher Strukturen uber langere Zeitraume hinweg beurteilt werden. Insbesondere der Ubergang in eine wissensbasierte Biookonomie, bei dem es sich um einen radikalen, langfristigen Transformationsprozess handelt, sollte in diesem Sinn betrachtet werden. Dieses Kapitel verfolgt deshalb einen innovationsokonomischen Ansatz, um die bevorstehenden Wandlungsprozesse angemessen zu skizzieren und in den generellen Kontext einer Okonomie des Wandels zu stellen. Wachstumsoptimistisch beleuchtet es das Zusammenspiel unterschiedlicher Akteure in wissensintensiven Innovationssystemen und fragt nach den Bedingungen fur Konzepte, die ganze Volkwirtschaften auf einen neuen Entwicklungspfad bringen konnen.
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