EEP 143 Lecture 10F - EEP 143 Lecture 10 Case Studies*...

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EEP 143 Lecture 10 Case Studies* Outline: Ink-Jet Printer Email Hybrid Corn Green Revolution * we’ll revisit these again later, too!
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Case Study: Ink-Jet Printer Canon and HP Search for cheaper, fast, colored alternative to laser Role of creative attention to analogies: Solder iron touched syringe (Canon) Coffee percolator (HP)
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Ink-Jet Printer Practice ahead of theory: phreatic reaction not yet understood Competitors both with patent suites Duplication or?
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Ink-Jet Printer Practice ahead of theory: phreatic reaction not yet understood Competitors both with patent suites Collaboration on complementary technology Print heads, then ink, paper feed, software Initially unsatisfactory progress Role of Demand: need for color saves the day
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Case Study: Email Serendipity Role of enabling innovations
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Case Study: Hybrid Corn Griliches (1960) examined the economic reasons why the diffusion of hybrid corn was so different among
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This note was uploaded on 08/01/2008 for the course ECON 143 taught by Professor Wright during the Fall '07 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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EEP 143 Lecture 10F - EEP 143 Lecture 10 Case Studies*...

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