‘Debat: les Technologies Nouvelles sont-elles a l’Origine de la Crise Economique’, La Recherche, Vol.12, No. 125 (September 1981), 982-989. Also published as ‘Debate: Son las Neuvas Tecnologias un Elemento Generador de la Crisis Economica’, Mundo Cientifico, Vol.8 (November 1981), 921-925.
‘Innovation as an Engine of Economic Growth: Retrospect and Prospects’, in H. Giersch (ed), Emerging Technologies: Consequences of Economic Growth, Structural Change and Employment, proceedings of Kiel Symposium, 1981 (Tübingen: J.C.B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck), 1982), 1-32.
‘Factor Substitution and the Instability of Growth’, paper prepared for a Symposium at the Institute of Statistical Research, Tokyo, Japan on 23 and 24 September 1987.
Technical Change and Long-term Economic Growth, Siemens Review, 3, 1990
‘Science and Economic Growth’, Lecture given at Erasmus University, Rotterdam, October 14th 1991.
‘Science and the Growth of the West’, British Gas Technology White Paper, 1991.
‘Innovation and Growth’ ch 7 in M Dodgson and R Rothwell (eds) Handbook of Industrial Innovation, Aldershot, Elgar, 1994, pp 78-93.
‘History, Co-Evolution and Economic Growth’, Working Paper-95-76, IIASA, Austria, (1995)
Technical Changes and Economic Theory
“Introduction” in G.Dosi et al (eds), Technical Change and Economic Theory, Pinter, 1988, pp.1-9.
“Preface to Part II: evolution, technology and institutions: a wider framework for economic analysis in G. Dosi et al (eds) Technical Change and Economic Theory, Pinter, 1988 p.9-13.
With G. Dosi, R.R. Nelson, G. Silverberg and L.L.G. Soete (Eds), Technical Change and Economic Theory, Pinter, London, 1988.
‘Innovation, Changes of Techno-Economic Paradigm and Biological Analogies in Economics’, Revue Economique, vol. 42, no. 2, pp 211-232, 1991. Reprinted in The Economics of Hope, Pinter, London, 1992.
‘Die Zukunft der ökonomischen Wissenschaft’, (The Future of Economics), in (Eds) H. Hanusch and H.C. Recktenwald, Ökonomische Wissenschaft in der Zukunft, Verlag Wirtschaft und Finanzen, Dusseldorf, 1992, pp. 147-153.
‘The economics of technical change’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Vol 18, no. 5, pp 463-514, 1994.
‘Marching to the sound of a different drum’ Paper submitted to the EUNETICS Conference, Strasbourg, October 1994
‘Innovazioni tecnologiche e organizzative’ Enciclopedia Delle Scienze Sociali, Vol. IV, Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana, Rome, 1994, pp 731-746.
‘Technical change and economic theory’, chapter in The Makers of Modern Economics, Vol. III, (ed. A Heertje), Cheltenham, Elgar, 1997, pp 74-95.
(with F. Louca), As Time Goes By: From the Industrial Revolutions to the Information Revolution. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001.
(with Keith Pavitt) ‘Editorial’ in “Nelson + Winter + 20”, special issue, Research Policy, Vol. 31/8-9, 2002, pp 1221-1226.
Technology and Development
With G. Oldham and E. Turcan, ‘The Transfer of Technology to Developing Countries with Special Reference to Licensing and Know-How Agreements’, Proceedings of UNCTAD Second World Conference, New Delhi (1 February 1968).
‘Science Policy, Technical Progress and Economic Growth’, in UN Economic Commission for Europe, Policies and Means of Promoting Technical Progress (1969), 1-16.
With C.M. Cooper, O. Gish, C.H.G. Oldham, S.C. Hill, H. Singer, R.C. Desai, ‘Draft Introductory Statement for the World Plan of Action for the Application of Science and Technology to Development’, Annex II of Scienceand Technology for Development: Proposals for the Second UN DevelopmentDecade, UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (New York: UN, 1970).
‘The Role of Technical Change in National Economic Development’ in A. Amin and J.B. Goddard (eds) Technological Change, Industrial Restructuring and Regional Development, (Allen and Unwin, 1986), 100-115.
‘New Technology and Catching Up’, European Journal of Development Research, Vol. 1, no. 1, 1989.
‘Technological and Economic Developments’. Paper presented at Maastricht Economics Conference on “Strategies for 2000: Where are we Heading?”, Maastricht, 1990.
Developing Technological Capability in a Competitive World. Paper given at meeting, University of Cape Town, May 1991.
With G. Dosi, ‘The diversity of development patterns: on the process of catching-up, forging ahead and falling behind’, Paper for International Economics Association Meeting, Varenna, Italy, October 1-3, 1992.
With G Dosi, S Fabiani and R Aversi, ‘On the process of economic development’, CCC Working Paper, No. 93-2, University of California at Berkeley
With D. Foray,(eds) Technology and the Wealth of Nations, Pinter Publishers, London, (English edition) 1993; Technologie et Richesse des Nations, Economica, Paris, (French edition), 1992.
‘Interdependence of technological change with growth of trade and GNP’, in M Nissanke and A Hewitt (eds), Economic Crisis in Developing Countries, 1993, London, Pinter, pp 157-177.
‘Technical change and future trends in the world economy’, Special issue of Futures, Vol. 25, pp 621-635, 1993,
With G Dosi, S Fabiani, ‘The process of economic development’ Industrial and Corporate Change, 3 (1), 1-45, 1994
(with J Hagedoorn), ‘Catching up or falling behind: patterns in international interfirm technology partnering’, World Development, Vol. 22, no. 5, pp 771-780, 1994.
Postscript’ in special issue of Economic Systems, Vol. 18, no. 2, June 1994, pp 215-219.
‘Technological Revolutions and Catching-Up: ICT and the NICs’, chapter in J Fagerberg, B Verspagen, N von Tunzelmann (Eds) The Dynamics of Technology, Trade and Growth, Aldershot, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., pp 198-221
‘Catching up and falling behind: the case of Asia and Latin America, ch. 7 in J de la Mothe & G Paquet (Eds), Evolutionary Economics and the New International Political Economy, Pinter, London, 1996, pp160-179
Technical Change and Economic Growth: The case of “Catch-up”, in MMG Fase, W Kanning and DA Walker (eds) Economics, Welfare Policy and the History of Economic Thought: Essays in honour of Arnold Heertje, Cheltenham, Elgar, 1999
Technology and Society
‘Technology Assessment and its Social Context’, Studium Generale, Vol.24 (1971), 1038-1050.
‘Malthus with a Computer’, World Issues, Vol.25 (Winter 1973), 6-8.
‘The International Science Race’, in D.O. Edge and J.N. Wolfe (eds), Meaning and Control: Essays in Social Aspects of Science and Technology (Tavistock Publications, 1973).
With H.S.D. Cole, M. Jahoda, K.L.R. Pavitt (eds), Thinking about theFuture: A Critique of ‘The Limits to Growth’ (London and Brighton: Chatto and Windus/Sussex University Press, May 1973). Also published in Futures (March and April 1973). US edition: Models of Doom: a Critique of ‘The Limits to Growth’ (New York: Universe Books, 1973). German edition: Zukunft aus dem Computer? Eine Antwort auf ‘Die Grenzen des Wachstums’ (Luchterhand, 1973). French edition: L’Anti-Malthus: une Critique de ‘Halte à la Croissance’ (Paris: Seuil, 1974). Also author of Chapter 1, ‘Introduction: Malthus with a Computer’, and co-author of Chapter 6, ‘The Capital and Industrial Output Subsystem’.
‘Malthus sur Ordinateur’, La Recherche, Vol.43 (March 1974), 251-256.
‘Science Policy, Systems Analysis and World Models’, UK Regional Systems Bulletin (Summer 1974), 16-17.
With P.A. Julien, ‘Malthus in, Malthus out?’, L’Actualite Economique, Vol.2 (April-June 1974), 232-244.
With I.D. Miles and M. Jahoda, Progress and Problems in Social Forecasting (SSRC, 1976).
With B.V.A. Roling, A.M. Weinberg and H.F. York, Technological Innovation: A Socio-political Problem, Proceedings of the Symposium ‘Control of Technological Development’, organised on the occasion of the 15th Anniversary of the Twente University of Technology, 29-30 November, 1976 (Boerderijcahier 7701, Twente, 1977).
‘Obstacles in the Responsiveness of Science and Technology to Problems of Society’, paper presented at ESIST Seminar, organised by EEC (Compiegne, France, 19-20 October 1978).
With M. Jahoda (eds), World Futures: The Great Debate (Martin Robertson, 1978).
With R.C. Curnow, ‘Product and Process Change arising from the Microprocessor Revolution and Some of the Economic and Social Consequences’, Keynote Address to Institution of Mechanical Engineers (May 1978).
‘Social and Economic Impact of Microelectronics’, paper presented at Workshop on Technology Assessment: its Role in National and Corporate Planning’, Sydney, Australia, 25-26 July 1979, published in proceedings (Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service, 1979), 13-24.
‘The Determinants of Innovation: Market Demand, Technology and the Response to Social Problems’, Futures, Vol.11, No. 3 (1979), 206-215.
‘1974 The Luxury of Despair: a Reply to Robert Heilbroner’s Human Prospect’, Futures, Vol.6, No.6 (December 1974), 450-462; also published in R. Jones (ed) Readings from Futures 1974-80 (Guildford: Westbury House, 1981), 41-53.
‘Economic Theory, Technical Change and Quality of Life’, Kikawada Foundation Memorial Lecture (Tokyo, September 1985).
‘Prometheus Unbound’, Futures, Vol.16, No. 5 (October 1984), 494-507; also published in Futuribles, vol. 96, (February, 1986), 18-36.
‘The Case for Technological Determinism’, in R. Finnegan et al (Eds), Information Technology: Social Issues: A Reader, Hodder and Stoughton, 1987, 5-18.
Contributed to “Sundqvist Report” New Technologies in the 1990s: A Socio-Economic Strategy, OECD Report, Paris, 1988.
‘Economic Issues’, paper presented for IEE, Information Technology: Engineering the Future. A Debate on the Social Objectives of New Technology, London, 9 February 1988, Brighton: SPRU, February 1988, 3p.
‘Biotechnology: Economic Impacts and Social Aspects’, SPRU mimeo, November 1987, revised version published as part of Bio-Technology: Economics and Wider Impacts, OECD, 1989.
‘A Green Techno-Economic Paradigm for the World Economy’, Lecture given to the Netherlands Directorate-General for the Environment, Leidschendam, 5th February 1992. Reprinted in “The Economics of Hope”, Pinter, London,1992.
Technology, Progress and the Quality of Life. Paper given at SPRU 25th Anniversary Conference, July 1991, Science and Public Policy, 18, no. 6, pp. 407-418, December, 1991. Reprinted in Economics of Hope, Pinter, London, 1992.
‘The Economics of Hope: Essays on Technical Change and Economic Growth’, Pinter, London, 1992
The Human Use of Human Beings and Technical Change, Paper for European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions Conference at The Hague, October 9th 1990. Reprinted in Economics of Hope, Pinter, London, 1992.
‘The Greening of Technology’, Introduction to special issue, Futures, (1994), 26 (10), 1019-1022
chapter in Information and Communication Technologies – Visions and Realities, W H Dutton (Ed), Oxford University Press, 1996
‘The greening of technology and models of innovation’, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 53, 27-39, 1996
Freeman, C. 1997, Family allowances, technical change, inequality and social policy, Eleanor Rathbone Memorial Lecture 1996, Liverpool, Liverpool University Press
The Social Function of Science, ch. 5 in B Swann and F Aprahamian (Eds), JD Bernal: A Life in Science and Politics, London, Verso, pp 101-131, 1999
‘Social Inequality, technology and economic growth’, chapter in Technology and Inequality, P. Senker, S. Wyatt, (Eds), London, Routledge, 2000.
The learning economy and international inequality’, ch. 8 in D. Archibugi and BA. Lundvall (Eds), The Globalizing Learning Economy, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001, pp 147-162.
(with L. Soete) The Economics of Industrial Innovation (3rd edition), London, Pinter, 1997
‘The New International Competition and What it means for Manufacturing’, in Paul Jervis (Ed), Manufacturing, Wealth Creation, and the Economy: a platform for policy development, A Report of a series of Seminars and Lectures, 1995, RSA, London, pp 29-31.
‘The Nature of Innovation and the Evolution of the Productive System’, paper for the OECD International Seminar on Science, Technology and Economic Growth, 5-8 June 1989, SPRU/MERIT, June 1989. Reprinted in The Economics of Hope, Pinter, London, 1992.
‘The Nature of Innovation and the Evolution of the Productive System’, Technology and Productivity; The Challenge for Economic Policy. OECD, Paris, 1991.
‘Economics of Innovation’, C. Freeman (Ed.), in the Series International Library of Critical Writings in Economics, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., 1990
Chapter 4, Technical Innovation in the world chemical industry and changes of techno-economic paradigm, ‘New Explorations in the Economics of Technical Change’ C. Freeman and L. Soete (eds), Pinter Publishers, London, 1990.
‘Preface’ to (ed) M. Dodgson, Technology Strategy and the Firm: Management and Public Policy, Longman, 1989, v-vi.
‘Engineering and the Economics of Future Technology’, paper prepared for Canadian Engineering Centennial Convention, Montreal, 19-22 May 1987.
‘The Economics of Innovation’, IEE Proceedings, Vol.132, Pt. A, No. 4 (July 1985), 213-21.
With J.F. Townsend and V.M. Walsh, ‘The Determinants of Technical Change in the Chemical Industry: Demand-Pull or Technology-Push?’, in Stephen F. Frowen (ed), Controlling Industrial Economies, Vienna Institute for Comparative Studies (VICES) (London: Macmillan, 1983), 83-108.
‘Design and British Economic Performance’, paper presented at the Design Centre, Department of Design Research, the Royal College of Art (Haymarket, London, 13-15 April 1983).
With A.F. Bonfiglioli and R.W. Cahn, ‘Policy for Energy and Materials Conservation in Relation to the Aluminium Industry’, final report to Science Research Council (May 1980, mimeo).
Innovation and Size of Firm, Occasional Paper No. 1 (Science Policy Research Centre, School of Science, Griffith University, Australia, 1978).
The Economics of Industrial Innovation (Harmondsworth: Penguin Modern Economic Texts, 1974). Spanish edition: La Teoria Economica de la 1982 Innovacion Industrial (Madrid: Penguin Alianza, 1975). Second edition: (London: Frances Pinter, 1982).
With R. Rothwell, A. Horsley, V.T.P. Jervis, A.B. Robertson and J.F. Townsend, ‘SAPPHO Updated, Project SAPPHO Phase II’, Research Policy, Vol.3, No.3 (1974), 258-291.
‘A Study of Success and Failure in Industrial Innovation’, in B.R. Williams (ed) Science and Technology in Economic Growth, Proceedings of Conference held by the International Economic Association, St. Anton, Austria (London: Macmillan, 1973), 227-245.
With A.B. Robertson. P. Jervis, B.G. Achilladelis, A. Horsley, R.C. Curnow and J.K. Fuller, ‘Success and Failure in Industrial Innovation’, Report on Project SAPPHO, (London: Centre for the Study of Industrial Innovation, 1972).
With B.G. Achilladelis and A.B. Robertson, ‘A Study on Innovation in the Chemical Industry: A Preliminary Report’, Chemistry and Industry (February 1971), Vol.10, 269-273.
‘The Role of Small Firms in Innovation in the United Kingdom Since 1971 *’, Committee of Inquiry on Small Firms, Research Report No. 6, (HMSO, October 1971).
‘Industrial Innovation: the Key to Success?’, Electronics and Power Vol.42 (August 1971), 297-301.
*’Size of Firm, R&D and Innovation’, and supplementary paper ‘Innovation and Size of Firm’, Proceedings of Conference on Monopolies, Mergers and Restrictive Practices (Cambridge: King’s College, 1969).
‘Chemical Process Plant: Innovation and the World Market’, New Technology, Vol.29 (June 1969).
With J.H. Killip and R.C. Curnow, ‘The British Space Programme: A Reappraisal’, paper prepared for National Industrial Space Committee (1968).
With A.B. Robertson, ‘Innovation and the World Market for New Chemical Plant’, Chemistry and Industry (12 October 1968), 1386-91.
With A. Robertson, R. Curnow, P. Whittaker and J. Fuller, ‘Chemical Process Plant: Innovation and the World Market’, National Institute Economic Review, No.45 (London: NIESR, August 1968), 29-57.
Foreword’ to the collection of papers on Innovation and the Balance of Payments: The Experience in the Pharmaceutical Industry, (London: Office of Health Economics, 1967).
‘Research and Development in Electronic Capital Goods’, National Institute Economic Review, No.34 (London: NIESR, November 1965), 40-91.
With J. Fuller and A. Young, ‘The Plastics Industry: A Comparative Study of Research and Innovation’, National Institute Economic Review, No.26 (London: NIESR, November 1963), 22-49.
With L. Dicks-Mireaux, C. O’Herlihy, R. Major and F. Blackaby, ‘Prospects for the British Car Industry’, National Institute Economic Review, No.17 (London: NIESR, 1961), 15-47.
With C.T. Saunders and R.W. Eveley, Industrial Research in Manufacturing Industry, 1959-60 (London: FBI, 1961).
Science & Technology and Innovation Policy
With R. Poignant and I. Svennilson, Science, Economic Growth and Government Policy, background paper for Ministerial Meeting on Science, Agenda Item III (Paris: OECD, 1963).
‘Wissenschaftspolitik in Grossbritannien’, Atomzeitalter (August 1966), 8, 233-242; French version: ‘Les Options Scientifiques de la Grande Bretagne’, Atomes, Vol.238 (December 1966), 678-683.
With H. Brooks, L. Gunn, J. Saint-Geours and J. Spacy, Government and Allocation of Resources to Science, Ministerial Meeting on Science (Paris: OECD, 1966).
‘Science and Economy at the National Level’, Problems of Science Policy (Paris: OECD, 1968).
‘Irish Science Policy’, paper delivered at Dublin Conference, June 1969 (National Science Council of Ireland, 1969).
National Science Policy’, Physics Bulletin, Vol.20 (1969), 265-270.
‘European Science Policy’, paper prepared for Council of Europe’s 3rd Parliamentary and Scientific Conference (Lausanne, 11-14 April 1972).
With C.H.G. Oldham, C.M. Cooper, T.C. Sinclair and B.G. Achilladelis, ‘The Goals of R&D in the 1970s’, Science Studies, Vol.1, No. 3 (October 1971), 357-406. Also Italian version: ‘Gli Obiettivi della Ricerca e dello Sviluppo negli anni 1970-1980’, in Rapporto sulla Scienza (Etas Kompass, Italy, February 1972), 51-121.
‘Inter-Governmental Cooperation and the Future’, In Europe Now:Cooperation in Research and Technology, Proceedings of 1973 Symposium of the R&D Society (September 1973), 24-38.
With K.L.R. Pavitt, ‘The Current International Economic Climate and Policies for Technical Innovation’, report prepared for the Six Countries Programme on Govern-ment Policies towards Technological Innovation in Industry (TNO, The Netherlands,1977).
‘Government Policies for Industrial Innovation’, J.D. Bernal Memorial Lecture, Birkbeck College (May 1978).
‘Preface’ to Policies for the Stimulation of Industrial Innovation: Vol. 1, Analytical Report (Paris: OECD, 1978), 5-14.
‘Government Policy’, in K.L.R. Pavitt (ed), Technical Innovation and British Economic Performance (London: Macmillan, 1980), 310-325.
With U. Colombo, R. Nelson, K. Pavitt and N. Rosenberg, Technical Change and Economic Policy: Science and Technology in the New Economic and Social Context (Paris: OECD, 1980).
‘Introduction to the New Technology’, Managing Technology in the ‘80s, Part 2 – Complete Proceedings (London: LAMSAC, 1981), 12-22.
‘Policies for Technical Innovation in the New Economic Context’ and ‘Concluding Comments’, in P.H. Kristensen and R. Stankiewicz (eds), Technology Policy and Industrial Development in Scandanavia, proceedings of Workshop held in May 1981 (Research Policy Institute, Lund University, Sweden, and Institute of Economics and Planning, Roskilde University Center, Denmark), 21-44 and 209-217.
With L.L.G. Soete, ‘Cambio Tecnologico y Politicas de Ajuste’, Papeles de Economia Espanola special edition on ‘Politicas para una Recuperacion Prolongada’, (Madrid: Raycar, S.A. Matilde Hernandez, 1983), 386-395.
*’ Policy Research for Science and Technology; in R.J. Blin-Stoyle (ed), The Sussex Opportunity, Harvester Press, (publication to celebrate the University of Sussex Silver Jubilee year, 1986) 190-205.
‘Quantitative and Qualitative Factors in National Policies for Science and Technology’, in (eds) J. Annerstedt and A. Jamison, From Research Policy to Social Intelligence: Essays in Honour of Stevan Dedijer, Macmillan, 1988, 114-128.
*With G. Oldham, ‘Requirements for Science and Technology Policy in the 1990s’, presented at Harvey Brooks 75th Birthday Symposium, 1991
‘Foreword’ in D Archibugi, J Howells and J. Michie (eds) Innovation Policy in a Global Economy, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1999, pp. xiii-xiv
‘If I ruled the world’, Science and Public Policy, Vol. 28, no. 6, December 2001, pp. 477-479.
‘Innovation and Coupling Systems in Research and Development’, in Maurice Goldsmith (ed) Technological Innovation and the Economy (New York: John Wiley, 1970), Chapter 18, 177-187.
‘Economics of Research and Development’, in E. Spiegel-Rosing and D. de Solla Price (eds), Science Policy Studies in Perspective, (London: Sage Publications, 1977), Chapter 7, 223-275.
‘Changes in the External Environment of Industrial R and D’, paper presented at European Industrial Research Management Association Annual Conference, Interlaken, Switzerland, 18-20 May 1983, published in EIRMA Conference Papers Vol. XXVIII, The Role of Industrial R and D in the 1980s (Paris: EIRMA, 1983), 35-44.
‘Changes in the National System of Innovation’, paper prepared for OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry Ministerial meeting, Paris, OECD, 1987.
Technology Policy and Economic Performance: Lessons from Japan, Pinter, London, 1987.
‘Western Europe’s Research in Perspective’, Introduction to “Section 3: New Partnerships: Patterns of Science and Technology in Europe” in Nigel Calder (ed), Scientific Europe: Research and Technology in Twenty Countries, Netherlands: Nature and Technology, 1987.
“Innovazione tecnologica, cicli lunghi e politiche regionali” in F.Belussi (ed), Innovazione Tecnologica ed Economie Locali: il Caso del Veneto, Milan, Franco Angeli, 1988, pp.41-56.
(Ed) with B-A Lundvall, Small Countries Facing the Technological Revolution Pinter, 1988.
‘Japan: A New National System of Innovation’, in G. Dosi, C. Freeman, R. Nelson, G. Silverberg and L. Soete (eds), Technical Change and Economic Theory, Pinter, 1988, 330-348.
‘National Systems of Innovation: New Technology and International Leadership’, paper prepared for IFIAS meeting, “The New Economics”, Ontario, Canada, October 1988, SPRU, October 1988.
‘Technology Gaps, International Trade and the Problems of Smaller and Less Developed Economies’, Chapter 3 in (eds) C. Freeman and B-A. Lundvall, Small Countries Facing the Technological Revolution, Pinter, 1988, 67-84.
The Factory of the Future: The Productivity Paradox, Japanese “Just-in-Time” and Information Technology, PICT Policy Research Papers, No.3, ESRC, 1988.
“Introduction: Measuring the Japanese Challenge”, Scientific Europe: Research and Technology in 20 Countries, Scientific Publishers Ltd, 1989.
Chapter 11, “R&D, Technical Change and Investment in the UK’, in F. Green and S. Aaronowich (eds), The Restructuring of the UK Economy, Harvester, 1989
‘National Systems of Innovation’. Presented at Seminar in honour of Dick Nelson, Maastricht, January 1991.
“Networks of Innovators; A Synthesis of Research Issues’ presented at International Workshop on Networks of Innovators, Montreal, May `1990, Research Policy, 20, no. 5, 1991, pp. 499-514.
Comments on The Economic Role of the State by Joseph Stiglitz et al., (ed) Arnold Heertje, Bank Insinger de Beaufort NV, 1989, pp.135-143.
‘International Trends in Science and Technology: A View from UK’, in B. Abu-Laban, (ed) International Perspectives on Research and Science Policy, University of Ottawa Press, 1989, pp.435-457.
(Eds) C. Freeman, ML Sharp, W.B. Walker, Technology and the Future of Europe, Pinter, London, 1991.
‘The Brazilian National System of Innovation’, Fecamp Project Report, March 1991.
Ch. 9, ‘Formal Scientific and Technical Institutions in B-A Lundvall (ed), National System of Innovation’, Pinter, London, 1992.
‘Preface’ to Japanese Journal for Science, Technology and Society, vol. 1, no. 1, May, 1992.
(with Luc Soete),’Afterword and Policy Conclusions’ Ch. 12 in K Ducatel (Ed), Employment and Technical Change in Europe, Aldershot, Edward Elgar, 1994, pp 217-228
‘Rise of East Asian economies and the computerisation of the world economy’ Journal of Economics and Business Administration, (Kobe University), 170,6, November, 1994.
‘The “national system of innovation” in historical perspective’, Ch. 2 in Technology, Globalisation and Economic Performance, (Eds) D Archibugi and J Michie, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1997, pp 24-49
Freeman, C, 1997, The diversity of national research systems, ch. 1 in Barre, R,; Gibbons, M,; Maddox, J,; Martin, B,; Papon, P.(Eds) Science in Tomorrow’s Europe, Paris, Economica International.
The East Asian crisis, technical change and the world economy, Review of International Political Economy, 5:3, 1998 pp 393-409
B Dalum, C Freeman, R Simonetti, N von Tunzelmann and B Verspagen, Europe and the information and communication technologies revolution, in J Fagerberg, P Guerrieri and B Verspagen (eds) The Economic Challenge for Europe: adapting to innovation based growth, Cheltenham, Elgar, 1999, pp 106-129.
‘The “national system of innovation” in historical perspective’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 1995, 19, 5-24. (Reprinted in C Edquist and M McKelvey (eds.) Systems of Innovation: growth competitiveness and employment, Vol. 1, (2000), pp 41-60).
With J. Hagedoorn,’Globalisation of Technology’ Working paper for EC-FAST Programme: Global Perspective 2010: Tasks for Science and Technology, MERIT/SPRU-20, Falmer.
A hard landing for the ‘New Economy’? Information technology and the United States national system of innovation, Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, Vol. 12, no. 2, July 2001, pp115-139.
(reprinted as ‘Perspectiva historica del “Sistema Nacional de Innovacion”’, in M Olazaran and MG Uranga (eds) Sistemas Regionales de Innovacion, Leioa, Universidad del Pais Vasco, 2002, pp 29-55)
“Continental, national and sub-national innovation systems – complementarity and economic growth”, Research Policy, Vol 31/2, 2002, pp 191-211