The Economic Processes of the Software Sector (Innovation in the Software Sector)

This chapter analyses how software (applications, software development tools, and systems infrastructure software, including embedded systems) differs from other technical fields in terms of innovation. It also explores the various economic processes -invention, production, distribution, use- for which software could turn out to be "different" -or, conversely- similar to other technical fields. In addition, this chapter discusses the ways software is measured by available statistics.
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