knowledge economy

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knowledge economy

n
(Economics) an economy in which information services are dominant as an area of growth
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The selected research projects comprise studies of: the role of talent and human capital management in national science foundations; the economic and societal impacts of scientific research; the link between scientific knowledge production and technological progress; the peer review process; and the importance of star researchers.
Tehran, SANA- Iranian Vice-President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari expressed Iran's readiness to transfer its experience in the field of scientific and knowledge production to Syria and link the universities and applied research with the production process in all domains.
It considers the kind of knowledge produced, and its cognitive and social value, through exploration of institutional cycles and modalities of knowledge production.
Her work (text, performance, interventions, research) is focused on the politics of public spaces, gender identities, divisions of labour, art and knowledge production.
MAPNA was founded in 1993 with the aim of developing indigenous knowledge production capacity for petroleum facilities, power plants and other industrial facilities, and as a contract management company.
Summary: Knowledge Production in the Arab World assesses regional research, posing questions crucial to understand the relevance of this research and its beneficiaries.
Understanding the social dynamics of knowledge production in socio-technical networks not only reveals their cognitive products but also the multiple relationships amongst the intervening groups.
For Aziz Choudry (2015), author of Learning Activism: The Intellectual Life of Contemporary Social Movements, learning and knowledge production, as well as theory and strategy development among social movements, are best understood through engagement and dialogue that occur within the movements themselves.
Although many factors played a role in our decision to become an online journal, including the prohibitive cost of print publishing for us, we are glad to be joining other independent, feminist online publications whose valuable contributions continue to build much needed spaces for feminist knowledge production.
My main objectives in this short article are to define various issues related to the conceptualization of what knowledge production entails in contemporary Africa; to raise some epistemological issues related to these definitions and the conceptualization and consumption of this knowledge; and to examine the questions of knowledge production for whom and for what, which touches on the issue of culture and that of the request and struggles for social transformation in Africa.
Moreover, Fricker's theory focuses on the level of representation and participation in knowledge production.
It includes but is not limited to the following areas: education policy and governance; global youth cultures and identities; new media and popular cultures; the politics of social identities; gender, class and racial inequalities; political economy of knowledge production & knowledge management; education and development; the new global ecologies of learning; open education; global citizenship and education.
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