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How much can we influence the rate of innovation?

T. Fink, M. Reeves

Science Advances

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How well do experience curves predict technological progress? A method for making distributional forecasts

F. Lafond, A. Bailey, J. Bakker, D. Rebois, R. Zadourian, P. McSharry, D. Farmer

Technological Forecasting and Social Change

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Searching for great strategies

T. Fink, P. Ghemawat, M. Reeves

Strategy Science

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Serendipity and strategy in rapid innovation

T. Fink, M. Reeves, R. Palma, R. Farr

Nature Communications

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Harnessing serendipity

M. Reeves, T. Fink

Scientific American

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Harnessing the secret structure of innovation

M. Reeves, T. Fink, R. Palma, J. Harnoss

MIT Sloan Management Review

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How predictable is technological progress?

D. Farmer, F. Lafond

Research Policy

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Self-organization of knowledge economies

F. Lafond

Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control

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The size of patent categories: USPTO 1976-2006

F. Lafond

NU-MERIT Working Paper Series

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Towers of strength

D. Rayneau-Kirkhope, Y. Mao, R. Farr

Physics World

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A new metric for countries’ fitness and products’ complexity

A. Tacchella, M. Cristelli, G. Caldarelli, A. Gabrielli, L. Pietronero

Scientific Reports

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