1 edition of Knowledge-based economies found in the catalog.
|Statement||Władysław Welfe (ed.).|
|LC Classifications||HD84.5 .G6513 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||216 p. :|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||2011291252|
The initial foundation for the knowledge economy was introduced in in the book The Effective Executive by Peter Drucker. In this book, Drucker described the difference between the manual worker (page 2) and the knowledge worker. The manual worker, according to him, works with their hands and produces goods or services. We live in the era of the knowledge-based economy, and this has major implications for the ways in which states, cities and even supranational political units are spatially planned, governed and developed. In this book, Sami Moisio delves deeply into the links between the knowledge-based economy and.
KNOWLEDGE BASED ECONOMIES OF THE WORLD AND INDIAN CONTEXT “Throughout all the years and in everything we do, we have focused most of all on the development of human capacity, beginning with our own professional staff, and leveraging their expertise to enrich the Arab community. Downloadable! Modern economies are increasingly based on knowledge and, more generally, on the intangible assets that favour the economic development. Knowledge-based economies are founded on increasing specialization, research, innovation and learning. The change towards a knowledge-based economy is happening on a global scale, a transformation is taking place in all advanced .
The Multi-Dimensions of Industrial Relations in the Asian Knowledge-Based Economies A volume in Chandos Asian Studies Series. Book • Edited by: Sununta Siengthai, John J. Lawler, Hiromasa Suzuki. Browse book content. About the book. Search in this book. Thanks for the A2A The economics of knowledge is a rapidly emerging subdiscipline of economics that has never before been given the comprehensive and cohesive treatment found in this book. Dominique Foray analyzes the deep conceptual and structura.
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This volume is a collection of essays by scholars about innovative policy in the knowledge-based economy. By knowledge-based economy we mean one for which economic growth is based on the creation, distribution, and use of technology.
As such, innovation policy in such an economy must enhance the creation, distribution, and use of knowledge that leads to the creation, distribution, and 5/5(1). The book focuses on the dual nature of the economics of knowledge: its emergence as a discipline (which Foray calls "the economics of knowledge") and the historical development of a particular period in the growth and organization of economic activities ("the knowledge-based economy").
The book, which alternates between analysis of the economic transformation and examination of the tools and. Most business people think of economics in terms of growth, interest rates, and inflation. This book is unique in that it focuses on the economic impact of knowledge-based growth in order to provide business people with a bigger picture of the knowledge management case for action with their organizations.
Show less. It is broadly accepted that we have moved (or are moving) to a knowled- based economy, characterized at least by two main features: that knowl edge is a major factor in economic growth, and innovation processes are systemic by nature. Analyses innovation from a historical perspective in Norway Norway is one of the richest countries in the world based on natural resources Suggests that natural resource intensive industries in high-income economies have been highly knowledge intensive, dynamic and innovative Relevant to courses in.
The growing dematerialization of the economy is largely due to the development of the technologies of information and communication (TICS). This technological evolution changes the conventional capitalist system where technological information, intellectual property and knowledge become the new values, forming an intangible capital that Author: Jean-Jacques Lambin, Jean-Jacques Lambin.
This book is about how Mexico can transform itself into a knowledge based economy by tapping into a number of existing socioeconomic advantages: macroeconomic stability, emerging regional enterprise clusters that combine local talent with a dynamic private sector, geographical proximity to the world's knowledge economy powerhouse-the United.
Going Global – The Challenges for Knowledge-based Economies Abstract The present volume aims to provide a comprehensive and systemic overview of the challenges that going global poses to knowledge based economies.
Its focus is four-fold. 1) Firstly, it investigates why companies, especially high-tech firms, go global, i.e.
which are the drivers. favour the economic development. Knowledge-based economies are founded on increasing specialization, research, innovation and learning. The change towards a knowledge-based economy is happening on a global scale, a transformation is taking place in all advanced industrialised economies and many developing.
Learn more in: SME's Innovation and Internationalization in Knowledge-Based Economy: EU Case 9. An expression coined to describe trends in advanced economies towards greater dependence on knowledge, information and high skill levels, and the increasing need for ready access to all of these by the business and public sectors.
This book gives a picture of the shifting industrial geography in the region based on accounts of the status of the knowledge-based economy in ten individual East Asian economies.
For some economies the increased production of ICT equipment and services is the pathway to the knowledge-based economy and even to leapfrogging ahead of more Cited by: The broad label ”knowledge economy” covers a wide array of activities and interpretations. At least three lines of research fall under this umbrella.
The oldest approach, with its origins dating back to the early s, focuses on the rise of new science-based industries and their role in social and economic. This book rejects the idea that natural resource industries are doomed to slow growth.
Rather, it examines the case of Norway to demonstrate that such industries can prove highly innovative and dynami Knowledge-Based Growth in Natural Resource Intensive Economies Mining, Knowledge Development and Innovation in Norway – Authors. This book explores the hidden nature of the knowledge economy and its possible futures.
The confinement of the knowledge economy to these insular vanguards has become a driver of economic stagnation and inequality throughout the world. Traditional mass production has stopped working as a shortcut to economic growth.
The economics of knowledge is a rapidly emerging subdiscipline of economics that has never before been given the comprehensive and cohesive treatment found in this book.
After successful transition from a socialist to market economy, the countries of Central and Eastern Europe are faced with the challenge of how to catch up with the EU This book provides the first systematic analysis of how Central and Eastern Europe has been restructuring from a knowledge-based.
Get this from a library. Knowledge-based economies: models and methods. [Władysław Welfe;] -- "Growth of new market economies is associated with rapid expansion of knowledge capital. It leads to the emergence of knowledge-based economies. As the literature broadly uses international.
THE IMPORTANCE OF THE KNOWLEDGE-BASED ECONOMY: AN OVERVIEW A. Introduction 1. The global economy is changing, and along with it, the landscape of economies in Asia.
A trend that started in the early 20th century continues to hold, namely, increasingly greater value is being created by national economies from services than from industry orFile Size: KB.
Downloadable. The purpose of this book is to illustrate how these social and cultural conditions are identified and analysed through new conceptual frameworks.
Such frameworks are necessary to penetrate the surface features of knowledge-based economies – science and technology – and disclose what drives such by: SMEs in Knowledge-Based Economies: /ch Today’s Information Age is having a dramatic effect on businesses as well as on the life styles of people.
Globalization, rapid technological change and theAuthor: Sushil K. Sharma, Nilmini Wickramasinghe, Jatinder N. Gupta. the implications of the knowledge-based economy for employment and the role of governments in the development and maintenance of the knowledge base.
Identifying “best practices” for the knowledge-based economy is a focal point of OECD work in the field of science, technology and industry.
This report discusses trends in the knowledge-based.A detailed empirical case study is included that examines the leadership competencies that are needed in knowledge-based economies and how one university encourages these in their program.
The book concludes with conceptual modeling and proposals of specific organizational structures for implementation in engineering schools, in order to enable the development of necessary skills for Brand: Mahmoud Abdulwahed.An information economy is where the productivity and competitiveness of units or agents in the economy (be they firms, regions or nations) depend mainly on their capacity to generate, process, and apply efficiently knowledge-based information.
It is also described as an economy where information is both the currency and the product.