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1st Edition

The Economic Impact of Knowledge

ISBN 9780750670098
Published December 14, 2013 by Routledge
362 Pages

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Book Description

First Published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Table of Contents

*Part 1: The Effect of Knowledge on National Economies: Section 1: Knowledge-Based Growth and the Accelerated Pace of Change *Section Two*Convergence:Global Competition in the Knowledge-Based Economy *Section Three; Technology, Research & Development, and Economic Growth *Section Four: Who Will be the Global Knowledge Police *Part 2:A Tool for Businesses in the Knowledge-Based Economy *Section Six: What is Knowledge: How Has it Fit into an Economic Framework? *Section Seven: The The New Economies of Knowledge *Section Eight: Strategies for the Knowledge-Driven Market *Part 3: The Measurement of Knowledge *Section Nine: Knowledge Management Issues *Section Ten : The Value of Knowledge *Section Eleven: Tools and Frameworks

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Dale Neef earned his doctorate in Modern European Economic History from Cambridge University, was a Research Fellow at Harvard, and was written and/or edited several books on the subject of knowledge management.  G. Anthony Siesfeld is a Senior Manager at Ernst & Young's Centre for Business Innovation. Jacquelyn Cefola is a  Manager at Ernst & Young's Centre for Business Innovation.