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Strategy of Ukraine : Economics, Sociology, Law , 2011,
Abstract: This paper identifies main factors of long waves in economic life, innovative components of post-crisis development of national economy, points of bifurcation in economic evolution of Ukraine, main issues of “knowledge economy” and experience of implementation of them into economic strategy of China, India, Finland, it contains an analyze of Competitiveness Index of Ukraine, recommendations concerning implementation of main issues of “knowledge economy” into strategy of economic development of Ukraine are also added. В статье рассматриваются факторы динамики больших экономических циклов , инновационные компоненты посткризисного развития национальных экономик, точки бифуркации экономического развития Украины, основные принципы экономики знаний и опыт их имплементации в стратегии развития Китая, Индии и Финляндии, оцениваются основные показатели конкурентоспособности украинской экономики, даются рекомендации по имплементации основных принципов экономики знаний в стратегию экономического развития Украины. В статт розглядаються фактори динам ки великих економ чних цикл в , нновац йн компоненти посткризового розвитку нац ональних економ к, точки б фуркац економ чного розвитку Укра ни, основн принципи економ ки знань та досв д х мплементац в стратег розвитку Китаю, нд та Ф нлянд , оц нюються основн показники конкурентоспроможност укра нсько економ ки, даються рекомендац щодо мплементац основних принцип в економ ки знань в стратег ю економ чного розвитку Укра ни.
Lex et Scientia , 2009,
Abstract: Today, technologies have changed our social and economic life. Society is becoming “knowledge society” and information and communication technology has played an important role. The economy is evolving out of classic model of the economy in the new economy known as “knowledge economy”. Information and communication technology is bringing changes to various sectors of economy. Business is undergoing a fundamental structural transformation and traditional business become more dependent on Internet related technologies. This paper describes the role and the importance of the use of information technology with special emphases how economy and business can benefit from information technology. This technology play a key role and influence society and have a great impact in all spheres of economy. This components are described and discussed while the use of this technology for business purposes are proposed as necessary.
Knowledge Society and the Communication Economy in Romania
Mihail Epuran,Alina Almasan
Theoretical and Applied Economics , 2006,
Abstract: Today we attend to complex changes both in economic and social field. The transition through an information society to knowledge based society, where intangible resources are more important, affects all areas of life: business, education, culture etc. In these circumstances, the information becomes a very important element, because who controls the information owns the power, especially when competition intensifies. The appearance of modern ways of communications facilitates the access to information and, in the same time, eliminates the distances. The telecommunications sector is a very dynamic one and its development is very fast. That determines us to make a short analysis of this field in Romania.
Remus Mircea Sabau
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2012,
Abstract: The management improvement in the educational public institutions from Romania owns an undeniable priority in each state government. The necessity of the changes in institutional management related to the administrative system and, mainly, to the management of the intellectual capital defines the utility and the efficiency of meeting the necessities in the respective educational environment and sets as one of the main problems, recently emerged, the elaboration of a number of structural-organisational and functional-operational measures, stimulating management modernization at an educational level, including the higher education institutions, with a main reference to the intellectual capital. In the national literature, these problems are not highly scientifically examined. In my opinion, in Romania, at present there isnn#8217;t any well-defined framework in connection with the management of the intellectual capital from the educational institutions. Thatn#8217;s why I considered that this isnn#8217;t just an actual topic but it is also a central subject. In#8217;m convinced that a more thorough examination of the intellectual capital will be able to contribute on a long and a medium term to the administrative growth and development. The intellectual capital has a key role in the international relations development and triggers, in my opinion, radical structural changes, which are very important for the amplification of the educational institutions value. The ability to create, use and increase the intellectual capital value is, in my opinion, the foundation on which it is based the public management of educational institutions in a country, the welfare and the life quality for her citizens. The knowledge valorification is a long process, which doesnn#8217;t offer rapid results. But the effects of promoting and propagating of knowledge are, firstly, on a qualitative structural level and can lead to beneficial effects on long term. In my opinion, in countries in course of development, knowledge itself isnn#8217;t yet perceived as an active which can be used at its maximum capacity. As a consequence, in my opinion, both the real management and the researches in the management domain should be oriented especially towards this subject. The main aim of this article is to underline the managerial essence of the intellectual capital and to highlight its effects on the organisational performance of an educational institution n#8211; and at the same time- to determine managers, generally, and top managers, especially, from educational institutions in Romania, to
Lex et Scientia , 2009,
Abstract: The scientific paper work’s idea is generated by the Lisbon Strategy objective creation of more and better jobs in competitive domains”. Only this way can be developed a new society, knowledge based, which is centered on the human capital and all the aspects related to human wellness, needs for education and life long learning etc. The theme is important in the actual European and global context that emphasizes the progress based on the economic and social development, in fact, the main goal is reaching,, sustainable development”. The existing relations between economy and society knowledge based is the result of the human development. In this context the human education have not to be seen as only the tool for the improvement of the economic competitivity, but as a chance for them to become better individuals. Knowledge based society is not referring limitative to the best prepared individuals in a specific society and high technologies used. The goal has to be the improvement of the professional preparation during the whole life, thorough investments in human capital and the increased access to the knowledge for the members of the society. The paper work is the following of my anterior studies and is considered an actual subject matter for theentire scientific and economic society.
Study on SME of China Development and Competitive Strategy in the Age of Knowledge Economy  [cached]
Delin LIN,Jing SUN
International Business and Management , 2012, DOI: 10.3968/j.ibm.1923842820120402.1085
Abstract: The era of knowledge economy refers to the late industrialization, knowledge has become the most important production resource, and formation of an entrepreneurial economy system with innovation-oriented. This article explains the importance of SMEs to economic development, small and medium enterprises faced challenges in the era of knowledge economy, the development and competitive strategy of medium and small enterprises in the era of knowledge economy, and there is guidance significance to the development of China's medium and small enterprises. Key words: Knowledge; Small and medium enterprises; Competition strategy
Education and Ideologies of the Knowledge Economy: Europe and the Politics of Emulation
Peters, Michael A.
Social Work and Society , 2004,
Abstract: The Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein famously proposed a style of philosophy that was directed against certain pictures [bild] that tacitly direct our language and forms of life. His aim was to show the fly the way out of the fly bottle and to fight against the bewitchment of our intelligence by means of language: “A picture held us captive. And we could not get outside it, for it lay in our language and language seemed to repeat it to us inexorably” (Wittgenstein 1953, 115). In this context Wittgenstein is talking of philosophical pictures, deep metaphors that have structured our language but he does also use the term picture in other contexts (see Owen 2003, 83). I want to appeal to Wittgenstein in my use of the term ideology to refer to the way in which powerful underlying metaphors in neoclassical economics have a strong rhetorical and constitutive force at the level of public policy. Indeed, I am specifically speaking of the notion of ‘the performative’ in Wittgenstein and Austin. The notion of the knowledge economy has a prehistory in Hayek (1937; 1945) who founded the economics of knowledge in the 1930s, in Machlup (1962; 1970), who mapped the emerging employment shift to the US service economy in the early 1960s, and to sociologists Bell (1973) and Touraine (1974) who began to tease out the consequences of these changes for social structure in the post-industrial society in the early 1970s. The term has been taken up since by economists, sociologists, futurists and policy experts recently to explain the transition to the so-called ‘new economy’. It is not just a matter of noting these discursive strands in the genealogy of the ‘knowledge economy’ and related or cognate terms. We can also make a number of observations on the basis of this brief analysis. First, there has been a succession of terms like ‘postindustrial economy’, ‘information economy’, ‘knowledge economy’, ‘learning economy’, each with a set of related concepts emphasising its social, political, management or educational aspects. Often these literatures are not cross-threading and tend to focus on only one aspect of phenomena leading to classic dichotomies such as that between economy and society, knowledge and information. Second, these terms and their family concepts are discursive, historical and ideological products in the sense that they create their own meanings and often lead to constitutive effects at the level of policy. Third, while there is some empirical evidence to support claims concerning these terms, at the level of public policy these claims are empirically
Market of Electronic Services in Poland as a Basis to Develop Economy Based on Knowledge - Diagnosis and Perspective of Developed  [cached]
Wieslaw Maziarz
Advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering , 2006,
Abstract: Development of economy based on knowledge in Poland is determined by the market of electronic communication services that is hardly competitive and at the same time in efficient, what is expressed in a low access level tothe broad-band services and one of higher rates in Europe. Hitherto executed activities adapting the market of electronic services in Poland to the European level are partially successful, because the market needs an inflow of considerable fundsfor telecommunications investments and innovations, without which service offers of Polish operators will be too poor andexpensive. Some hope for improvement of this situation is connected with increase a level of competitiveness in the range ofthe access to the broad-band services. In this article there has been executed the overview of solutions that should in crease the competitiveness of the market of electronic communication in Poland and discussed benefits resulting from these solutions.
The Knowledge Economy  [PDF]
Mihaela-Carmen MUNTEAN,Costel NISTOR,Ludmila Daniela MANEA
Annals of Dun?rea de Jos University. Fascicle I : Economics and Applied Informatics , 2009,
Abstract: We are living through a period of profound change andtransformation of the shape of society and its underlying economic base .Thenature of production, trade, employment and work in the coming decades willbe very different from what it is today. In an agricultural economy land is thekey resource. In industrial economy natural resources, such as coal and iron oreand labour are the main resources. A knowledge economy is one in whichknowledge is the key resource. One in which the generation and the exploitationof knowledge has come to play the predominant part in the creation of wealth.

CHEN Nian,ping,

资源科学 , 2001,
Abstract: Although advanced technology and high-tech industry are the chief conditions for developing knowledge economy, the basic industries which knowledge economy exists cannot be ignored. According to the experience of developed countries, the emergence and development of knowledge economy must have stable foundation of traditional industries. Developing knowledge economy in China not only has a great disparity of technology between China and advanced countries but is also confronted with weak resource and material basis and inadequate development of basic industries.
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