First Published in 1998. This text explores how economists and public policy makers are re-thinking the way in which governments monitor, measure and influence an economy in an unbounded global environment where output is largely intangible and organisations are becoming are becoming increasingly non-national in scope. Through a collection of seminal articles written by prominent business people, academics, and public policy makers, this three anthology examines the key issues surrounding the economic impact of knowledge-based growth.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
part |105 pages
The Effect of Knowledge on National Economies
part |53 pages
A Tool Kit for Businesses in the Knowledge-Based Economy
part |152 pages
The Measurement of Knowledge