Editorial comment ///

Ralph Waldo Emerson had a way with words, but he was no expert in technology adoption. A proposed technology may be innovative, but its adoption depends on an extensive array of psychological, cultural and, perhaps, even political factors. So, along with a better mousetrap, it helps to have a piece of cheese in the form of incentives to overcome the associated concerns.

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