Edited By: John Ziman
Technological artefacts and biological organisms `evolve' by very similar processes of blind variation and selective retention. This analogy is explored systematically, for the first time, by a team of international experts from evolutionary biology, history and sociology of science and technology, cognitive and computor science, economics, psychology, education, cultural anthropology and research management.
'... an important and novel contribution to the development of evolutionary theory ...'. Research Policy
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