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Governing structural changes and sustainability through (new) institutions and organizations

Abstract : This Special Issue includes a collection of articles on structural change and the potential danger of a new age of capitalism which is being shaped by several and different fields such as financialization and roboticization, combined with jobless growth and low levels of productivity growth in the services sector, and the need to integrate sustainability issues at the supply and demand levels. This Special Issue proposes and investigates the institutions and types of governance that might be used to regulate these changes, and the risks and opportunities that are reshaping ways of doing things. The aim is to encourage cross-fertilization of the thinking related to diverse areas such as innovation, path dependency, trajectories, demand issues, and post Keynesian insights. There are several prior works in this direction (Dosi et al. 2010, 2019) which provide a “roadmap” and respond to calls for a new European industrial policy to address the nature of the structural challenges involved with a focus on instruments (Mazzucato et al. 2015).
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Nathalie Lazaric, Pasquale Tridico, Sebastiano Fadda. Governing structural changes and sustainability through (new) institutions and organizations. Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Springer Verlag (Germany), 2020, 5, 30, pp.1267-1273. ⟨10.1007/s00191-020-00712-5⟩. ⟨halshs-02985475⟩

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