Regional Review

regional reviewFall 1996
Volume 6, Number 4

Contents

Perpetual Uncertainty by John Campbell
We in the modern, western world, prospering for the past two hundred years thanks in large measure to technological creativity, live in exceptional times.

To Market, To Market by Jane Katz
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to see that making money in a high-technology business is no sure thing.

Techno Babel by Steve Sass
The development of hot new technologies and the breakneck growth of high-tech firms mean little, economically speaking, if these new capabilities are not built into the productive process.

Observations
From Around the Region

Perspective
The Beginnings of Creativity

Issues in Economics
Raising Productivity on the Technological Frontier

Letters to the Editor

Letter from Hartford, Connecticut

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