Origins of Novelty in Biological, Social, and Technological Systems: Towards a General Theory of Innovation - Bios

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Arthur, W. Brian. "The Structure of Invention." Research Policy 36 (2007): 274-287.

Boyd, Robert, Peter J. Richerson, and Joseph Henrich. "The Cultural Evolution of Technology: Facts and Theories." In Cultural Evolution: Society, Technology, Language, and Religion, Ed. Peter J. Richerson and Morten H. Christiansen. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2013.

Erwin, Douglas H. "Novelties that Change Carrying Capacity." J. Exp. Zool. (Mol. Dev. Evol.) 314B (2011): 1-7.

Kremer, Michael. " Population Growth and Technological Change: One Million B.C. to 1990*." Quarterly Journal of Economics August, 1993.

Lane, David, Robert Maxfield, Weight Read, Sander van der Leeuw. " From Population to Organization Thinking." In Complexity Perspectives on Innovation and Social Change, edited by Lane, van der Leeuw, Pumain, and West, Chapter 1. Springer, 2009.

Marquet, Pablo A., Andrew P. Allen, James H. Brown, Jennifer A. Dunne, Brian J. Enquist, James F. Gillooly, Patricia A. Gowaty, Jessica L. Green, John Harte, Steve P. Hubbell, J ames O'Dwyer, Jordan G. Okie, Annette Ostling, Mark Ritchie, David Storch, and Geoffrey West. " On Theory in Ecology." BioScience 64(8) (2004): 701-701.

Romer, Paul M. "What Parts of Globalization Matter for Catch-Up Growth?" Economic Review: Papers & Proceedings 100 (2010): 94.98.

Shubik, Martin, and William Sudderth. "Cost Innovation: Schumpeter and Equilibrium." November 2012.

Wagner, Andreas and William Rosen. "Space of the Possible: Universal Darwinism and the Wall between Technological and Biological Innovation." J. R. Soc. Interface 11 (2011): 20131190.