Knowledge: Critical Concepts, 3. kötet
The increasing investment in scientific knowledge, in its production, distribution and reproduction, is acquiring greater social significance. Everything that is regarded as knowledge in society has become a legitimate subject matter for academic investigations from various disciplines and for practitioners.
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Nem találtunk ismertetőket a szokott helyeken.
The economics of information
The economics of knowledge and the knowledge of economics
Stocks and flows of knowledge
Uses value and benefits of knowledge
The changed world economy
The forms of capital
The texture of knowledge societies
Learning and the economy
Learning by knowledgeintensive firms
The knowledgecreating company
Making knowledge the basis of a dynamic theory
chimera or solution?
The decline of meaning and the rise of information
The law and economics of rights in valuable information
The innovation commons
essays in sociology
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