Innovation diffusion


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Sonis, M. (1983). Competition and environment - A theory of temporal innovative diffusion. In G.A. Griffith and A. Lea (Eds.), Evolving Geographical Structures (pp. 99-129). The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff. 


Sonis, M. (1983). Spatio-temporal spread of competitive innovations: An ecological approach. Papers of the Regional Science Association, 52, 159-174. 


Sonis, M. (1984). Dynamic choice of alternatives, innovative diffusion and ecological dynamics of Volterra-Lotka models. London Papers in Regional Science, 14, 29-43. 


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Sonis, M. (1986). A unified theory of innovative diffusion, dynamic choice of alternatives, ecological dynamics and urban regional growth and decline. Ricerche Economiche, 15(4). 


Sonis, M., and Dendrinos, D.S. (1987). A discrete relative growth model: Switching, role reversal and turbulence. In P. Friedrich and I. Masser (Eds.), International Perspectives of Regional Decentralization, Vol. 87. Baden-Baden: Schriften zur offentlichen Vertwaltung und offentlichen Wirtschaft.  (German)


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Sonis, M. (1988). Discrete time choice models arising from innovative diffusion dynamics. Sistemi Urbani, 1, 83-98.  (German)


Sonis, M. (1990). From "Homo Economics" to "Homo Socialis" in innovative diffusion and dynamic choice processes. Horizons in Geography, 28-29, 19-27.  (Hebrew)


Sonis, M., and Dendrinos, D.S. (1990). Multistock-multilocation relative Volterra-Lotka dynamics are degenerate. Sistemi Urbani, 1, 7-15. 


Sonis, M. (1990). Logistic growth: Models and applications to multiregional relative dynamics and competition of socio-economic stocks. Sistemi Urbani, 1, 17-46. 


Sonis, M. (1991). Territorial socio-ecological approach in innovative diffusion. Sistemi Urbani, 1-2-3, 29-59. 


Sonis, M. (1992). Dynamics of continuous and discrete logic models. Socio-Spatial Dynamics, 3(1), 35-53. 


Sonis, M. (1992). Innovative diffusion theory and the expansion method. In J.P. Jones and E. Casetti (Eds.), Applications of the Expansion Method (pp. 297-333). J. Wiley. 


Sonis, M. (1992). Innovative diffusion through schumpeterian competition. In G. Haag, U. Mueller, and K.G. Troitzsch (Eds.), Economic Evolution and Demographic Change: Formal Models in Social Sciences (pp. 115-140): Springer Verlag. 


Sonis, M. (1992). Analytical structure of discrete choice models: Intervention of active environment into the choice process. The Annals of Regional Science, 26, 349-360. 


Sonis, M. (1995). Territorial socio-ecological approach in innovative diffusion. In C.S. Bertuglia, M.M. Fisher, and G. Preto (Eds.), Technological Change, Economic Development and Space, Vol. 16 (pp. 34-74): Springer Verlag. 


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Sonis, M. (1997). Socio-ecology, competition of elites and collective choice: Implications for culture of peace. In G.E. Lasker (Ed.), Advances in Sociocybernetics and Human Development: Culture of Peace, Human Habitat and Sustainable Living, Vol. 5 (pp. 77-83).