Christopher Freeman (1921 -2010) was an English economist, the founder and first director of Science and Technology Policy Research at the University of Sussex, and one of the most eminent modern Kondratiev wave and business cycle theorists. Freeman contributed substantially to the revival of the neo-Schumpeterian tradition focussing on the crucial role of innovation for economic development and of scientific and technological activities for well-being.
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Freeman, Christopher (1968): Chemical Process Plant : Innovation and the World Market. In National Institute Economic Review, 45 (1) pp. 29-51.