Paul Stoneman mainly focuses on Technological change, Technology policy, Diffusion, Econometrics and Economic history. His Technological change research includes elements of New product development and Network effect. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Technical change, Economic system and Profitability index.
His research integrates issues of Enterprise value and Market value in his study of Econometrics. His Economic history study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Value, Information Age and Schools of economic thought. His Industrial organization research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Marketing and Process.
Paul Stoneman focuses on Diffusion, Industrial organization, Process, Technological change and Econometrics. In general Diffusion, his work in Diffusion process is often linked to Rank linking many areas of study. His research investigates the connection between Industrial organization and topics such as Profitability index that intersect with problems in Externality.
His study explores the link between Process and topics such as Estimation that cross with problems in Econometric model, Supply and demand and Production. He interconnects Technical change, Public economics and Investment in the investigation of issues within Technological change. In the field of Econometrics, his study on Panel data overlaps with subjects such as Sample and Series.
Paul Stoneman mainly investigates Industrial organization, Diffusion, Process, Marketing and Econometrics. The various areas that Paul Stoneman examines in his Industrial organization study include Profitability index and Externality. His work investigates the relationship between Diffusion and topics such as Economic geography that intersect with problems in Diffusion of innovations.
His research investigates the connection with Process and areas like Estimation which intersect with concerns in Econometric model, Diffusion process, Technological change, Production and Supply and demand. His work in the fields of Econometrics, such as Panel data, overlaps with other areas such as Sample, Set and Merger waves. In his works, Paul Stoneman conducts interdisciplinary research on Technology policy and Public economics.
His primary scientific interests are in Industrial organization, Marketing, Diffusion, Process and Product. His Industrial organization study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Profitability index, Public economics and Externality. His study in Marketing concentrates on Ethnocomputing and Innovation management.
His research in Diffusion intersects with topics in Innovation diffusion, Econometric model and Economic geography. He combines subjects such as Technological change, Diffusion process, Estimation and Organizational innovation with his study of Process. His study on Product is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Product innovation, Intellectual property, Open innovation, Innovation economics and Creative industries.
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The Economic Analysis of Technological Change
Handbook of the economics of innovation and technological change
Rank, Stock, Order, and Epidemic Effects in the Diffusion of New Process Technologies: An Empirical Model
Massoud Karshenas;Paul L. Stoneman.
The RAND Journal of Economics (1993)
The Economics of Technological Diffusion
Marketing Strategies and Market Prospects for Environmentally‐Friendly Consumer Products1
Veronica Wong;William Turner;Paul Stoneman.
British Journal of Management (1996)
How Innovative are UK Firms? Evidence from the Fourth UK Community Innovation Survey on Synergies between Technological and Organizational Innovations
Giuliana Battisti;Paul Stoneman.
British Journal of Management (2010)
Technology Diffusion and Public Policy
Paul Stoneman;Paul Diederen.
The Economic Journal (1994)
Economic policy and technological performance
Partha Dasgupta;Paul Stoneman.
Southern Economic Journal (1988)
Soft Innovation: Economics, Product Aesthetics, and the Creative Industries
Financial constraints to innovation in the UK: evidence from CIS2 and CIS3
Alessandra Canepa;Paul Stoneman.
Oxford Economic Papers (2007)
Economics of Innovation and New Technology
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