All over the World in evaluation of economic growthfactors, knowledge is playing more and more importantrole. The supporters of the concept of knowledge-basedeconomy (Burton–Jones, 1999; Romer, 1986; 1990)address knowledge as the resource necessary for thegrowth of competitive ability. Only the countries whichapplying up-to-date knowledge create innovative productsor services, may expect higher price, and at the same timehigher surplus value. Finally due to higher incomereceived, higher taxes are paid, budged increases andlarger opportunities for solving the problems of socialisolation appear. Facing such a great benefit of knowledgethe question arises whether the state should not supportknowledge spread at the same time ensure further growthof competitive ability and welfare of the country. Theopinions of scientists are different on this point.