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Knowledge economy

Knowledge economy

the commodification of knowledge and information in the global academic system

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Published by Hampton Press in Cresskill, NJ .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education, Higher -- Economic aspects,
  • Academic-industrial collaboration,
  • Education and globalization

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementTom Giberson, Greg Giberson, editors.
    SeriesUnderstanding education and policy
    ContributionsGiberson, Tom., Giberson, Greg.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLC65 .K6 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23392274M
    ISBN 109781572739093, 9781572739109
    LC Control Number2009021021

    “Minds at Work is a definitive blueprint for anyone striving to unlock the competitive advantage of their employees in the new knowledge economy. A timely and practical book with keen insights and specific examples of how to manage success during the seismic shift occurring in the workplace today. This book analyzes Japan as a knowledge economy, with a view to providing lessons for the developing world. Japan’s rapid economic recovery after World War ii, assisted by imported technology, was indeed remarkable. in the mids, it was the second largest World Bank borrower, while only two decades later it was the second largest contributor.

      The Age of Discontinuity: Guidelines to Our Changing Society describes the discontinuities that are changing the structure and the meaning of economy, politics, and society. Major discontinuities exist in four areas: the knowledge technologies; changes in the world's economy; a society of organizations; and the knowledge Edition: 1. Book Description. 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 .

    Book Series There are 7 volumes the knowledge economy and education; (ii) sociological and political economic issues as regards the changing nature of work, the role of learning in workplaces, the relation between work, formal and informal learning and competing and contending visions of what a knowledge economy/knowledge society might look. “Geographies of Disruption’ is a comprehensive and yet accessible book. Two experts on the geography of innovation and smart cities from Australia and Finland joined forces to develop a clearly written and profound analysis of innovation-geography symbiosis, including theoretical advances in knowledge economies and empirical evidence from.


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This book is a collection of articles by different authors dealing with the knowledge economy. I began reading this book hoping to find some answers to some of my thoughts on the changing economy and Knowledge economy book first article by Mr.

Drucker blew my mind away. I LOVED IT. The book is separated into different sections: 1. The Changing Economic Landscape by: “The visionary program this new book sets out for universalizing the knowledge economy is not just a nice-to-have, but necessary. The Knowledge Economy is indispensable as a study of how to remedy the political polarization inequality has brought.” —Martin Sandbu, Financial TimesCited by: 2.

Today that practice is no longer conventional manufacturing: it is the radically innovative vanguard known as the knowledge economy. In every part of the production system it remains a fringe excluding the vast majority of workers and businesses. This book explores the hidden nature of the knowledge economy and its possible futures.

“The visionary program this new book sets out for universalizing the knowledge economy is not just a nice-to-have, but necessary. The Knowledge Economy is indispensable as a study of how to remedy the political polarization inequality has brought.” —Martin Sandbu, Financial Times.

Knowledge Economy: The Indian Challenge engages with the challenge of transforming the Indian economy to a knowledge economy. Thus, it looks at change management of the economy with a focus on: • Economic trends and critical activities contributing to the desired change • Educational issues for preparing the human resources.

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 structural transformation of our economic activities that has led to a gradual shift to knowledge-intensive activities.

This transformation is the result of the collision of a. Here Unger argues that the knowledge economy is confined to too few regions (think New York City and Silicon Valley) and too few industries (e.g., software and financial services).

For Ungar, this “insular vanguardianism” is the principal cause of most of the world’s economic problems, including growing income inequality and slow rates of Author: Robert D.

Atkinson. In this book Roberto Mangabeira Unger explores the hidden workings and the transformative potential of the knowledge economy. He describes the radical changes in economic and political institutions, and in ways of thinking, that could bring knowledge-intensive production to the whole economy--and inaugurate a period of accelerated and socially /5(4).

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.

“Blakely and Hu have laid out a map of how the driving global trends of innovation and urbanisation are transforming the ‘Lucky Country’. Layering on top of the industrial, mining and agricultural economies that have driven Australia’s economic success for two centuries, the knowledge economy is now emerging in its metropolitan areas, changing how Australians work and how they build.

Revolutionary account of the transformative potential of the knowledge economy. Adam Smith and Karl Marx recognized that the best way to understand the economy is to study the most advanced practice of production. Today that practice is no longer conventional manufacturing: it is the radically innovative vanguard known as the knowledge economy/5(10).

Innovation Strategy for the Knowledge Economy is intended for managers who have practiced the best of quality and re-engineering management techniques and are ready to transform their organizations with the systematic notions of knowledge creation and application.

It is for organization leaders who prefer to be inspired with innovation strategy. The confinement of the knowledge economy: the consequences for economic stagnation and inequality -- The confinement of the knowledge economy: the beginning of an explanation -- Making the knowledge economy inclusive: the cognitive-educational requirements -- Making the knowledge economy inclusive: the social-moral requirements -- Perhaps the book’s most important contribution is its discussion of the political economy of knowledge.

Mokyr makes a compelling case that in contrast to the reigning paradigm of neoclassical economics, which tends to give short shrift to issues such as politics, values, and institutions, technological advance is far more influenced by these.

This book presents a view of the knowledge economy, of and the causes consequences of its confinement, and of the passage from its present insularity to its possible inclusiveness. established body of economic ideas is usefulThe and even.

The Knowledge Economy is indispensable, too, as a study of how to remedy the political polarisation inequality has brought. Unger is best described as a philosopher of the economy.

Book Description. There is a growing interest in the knowledge economy, and the new types of job and ways of working associated with it. This book analyses how a particular group – creative knowledge workers – carry out their jobs and learn within it.

This economics book is designed to reinforce the basic relationships between the entities that own or control resources and those that need or purchase them.

It incorporates real-life examples along the way, offering a relatable context for how the economy operates and how it affects the people who live within it. Knowledge Economy: The knowledge economy is a system of consumption and production that is based on intellectual capital.

The knowledge economy commonly makes up a large share of all economic. The knowledge economy is also a networked economy. The concept stresses the important role of links among individuals, groups and corporations in the new economy. It has been argued that networks have always been an ideal organizing tool due to their inherent flexibility and adaptability.

Economy with mechanisms leading to the use of knowledge to improve the competitiveness of enterprises. It may also be considered a knowledge driven economy, i.e. economy in which knowledge (its outlays and shape) becomes more important determinant of the rate and level of growth than outlays and volume of fixed assets.The book addresses a varied audience interested in the historical and spatial foundations of the knowledge economy and is intended to bridge some of the gaps between the differing approaches to research on knowledge, the economy, and space.Margaret C.

Jacob, The First Knowledge Economy: Human Capital and the European Economy, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ix + pp. $30 (paperback), ISBN: Reviewed for by Erik Hornung, Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance.