chapter  10
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Knowledge Buyers, Sellers, and Brokers: The Political Economy of Knowledge

Rapidly or slowly, usefully or unprodustively, knowledge moves through organizations. It is exchanged, bought, bartered, found, generated, and applied to work. Organizational knowledge is dynamic: It is moved by a variety of forces. If we want knowledge to move and be used more effectively, we need to better understand the forces that drive it.