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Study findings from R. Kemp et al broaden understanding of cleaner production
March 31st, 2008
According to a study from Netherlands, "This article gives an overview of the literature on clean technology diffusion, followed by suggestions for future analysis. Findings from diffusion analysis are presented in the form of 10 stylised facts, helping the reader to see the forest for the trees."
"The overall conclusion is that the diffusion of clean technology (same as the diffusion of normal innovations) is governed by endogenous mechanism (epidemic learning and learning economies) and by exogenous mechanisms. Policy is important for clean technology diffusion but other factors are important too: the characteristics of the clean technology, absorptive capacities of...
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Source: Economics Week (2008-03-31)