|Other titles||Ukraine :|
|Contributions||United Nations. Economic Commission for Europe|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
For some economies the increased production of ICT equipment and services is the pathway to the knowledge-based economy and even to leapfrogging ahead of more advanced economies. Other economies are focused on putting in place the physical and institutional infrastructure to connect to electronic networks and avoid the digital by: Botswana is keen to position itself as a knowledge-based economy as early as due to the realisation that to compete on a global scale, efficient knowledge value chains must be put in place, which includes indigenous knowledge management by: 2. The knowledge readiness of the Nigerian economy, when compared with other nations, is low. This paper provides strategic implication for policy making for government and for industry, towards developing a knowledge-based Nigerian economy. Keywords: Knowledge Economy, Nigeria, Development. The knowledge economy literature identifies four key pillars of the knowledge economy. These pillars, which cover a wide spectrum of factors relevant to knowledge creation and management, include: Human Capital Development, Information and Author: Adekemi Oluwadare.
The knowledge-based economy is a much complex and broader phenomenon. There are different dimensions and aspects of the knowledge-based economy: 1. The knowledge-based economy has a very powerful technological driving force – a rapid growth of information and telecommunication technologies (ICT). TECHNICAL NOTE. Moving Toward Knowledge-Based Economies: Asian Experiences. The views expressed in this paper are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of the Asian Development Bank or its File Size: KB. Europe Strategy was adopted in as key strategy for boosting the potential of European ‘smart, sustainable and inclusive economy’ in the global multi-polar world. The adoption of this strategy acknowledged the limitations of the EU Lisbon. This paper highlights the importance of knowledge for long-term economic growth. It presents the concept of the knowledge economy, an economy where knowledge is the main engine of economic growth. The paper also introduces the knowledge economy framework, which asserts that sustained investments in education.
This book gives a picture of the shifting industrial geography in the region based on accounts of the status of the knowledge-based economy in ten individual East Asian economies. For some economies the increased production of ICT equipment and services is the pathway to the knowledge-based economy and even to leapfrogging ahead of more advanced economies. The book focuses on the dual nature of the economics of knowledge: its emergence as a discipline (which Foray calls "the economics of knowledge") and the historical development of a particular period in the growth and organization of economic activities ("the knowledge-based economy"). The book, which alternates between analysis of the economic transformation and . Overall, this work shows that knowledge-based "economization" can be understood as a geopolitical process that produces territories of wealth, security, power and belonging. This book will prove enlightening to students, researchers and policymakers in the fields of human geography, urban studies, spatial planning, political science and international relations. The book offers a critical evaluation of Qatar’s path from oil- and gas-based industries to a knowledge-based economy. This book gives basic information about the region and the country, including the geographic and demographic data, the culture, the politics and the economy, the health care conditions and the education system.