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王珏   社会科学文献出版社  2018-05 出版
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《技术与国家地位:1200~1945年的世界经济》考察了13世纪以来技术、制度和市场在国家竞争中的不同表现, 说明技术导致了国家的崛起和衰落。本书指出,实现了累计性技术进步的国家可以进入和保持在先进国家行列,但是领头羊国家都是实现了突破性技术进步和积累性技术进步的国家,这在很多程度上具有偶然性。
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