“From long waves to great surges: continuing in the direction of Chris Freeman’s 1997 lecture on Schumpeter’s business cycles” EJESS

(2015) “From long waves to great surges: continuing in the direction of Chris Freeman’s 1997 lecture on Schumpeter’s business cycles” European Journal of Economic and Social Systems, Volume 27 – N° 1-2, pp. 69-79

Link: European Journal of Economic and Social Systems

This is the third of a series of three articles: The centrepiece is the posthumous publication of Chris Freeman’s critique of Schumpeter’s Business Cycles in a 1997 lecture. It is preceded by “An Introduction” by Alan Freeman and followed by an article of mine, “From Long Waves to Great Surges. Continuing in the direction of Chris Freeman's 1997 lecture”
 
The following are the links to the corresponding abstracts:

 •  Introduction to Chris Freeman’s “Schumpeter’s ‘Business Cycles’ Revisited" 
    Alan FREEMAN · pp.37-46
 •  Schumpeter’s “Business Cycles” Revisited  
    Christopher FREEMAN · pp.47-67
 •  From Long Waves to Great Surges
    Carlota PEREZ · pp.70-80  

Link to full articles:
 
 - Freeman Alan (2015) Introduction EJESS 
 
 - Freeman (1997:2015) Schumpeter’s “Business Cycles” Revisited
 
 - Perez (2015) From long waves to great surges: continuing in the direction of Chris Freeman's 1997 lecture 

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"TECHNOLOGICAL REVOLUTIONS AND FINANCIAL CAPITAL:The Dynamics of Bubbles and Golden Ages"

Published 2002

'...the book fills an important gap in the literature on business cycles and innovations. I most strongly commend it to all those attempting to understand the past and future evolution of technology and the economy.'

Christopher Freeman, Emeritus Professor, SPRU,
University of Sussex, UK

'...Carlota Perez shows us that historically technological revolutions arrive with remarkable regularity, and that economies react to them in predictable phases. Her argument provides much needed perspective not just on history, but on our own times. And especially on our own information revolution.'

W. Brian Arthur, Santa Fe Institute, New Mexico

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Technological Revolutions Financial bubbles Installation Period Frenzy Deployment Period Golden Ages Dual strategy Techno‑economic paradigms Neo‑Schumpeterian Respecialization Synergy Turning Point Future markets Knowledge society Green growth Maturity Full global development Globalization Sustainability Socio‑economic development Paradigm shifts Irruption Market hyper‑segmentation