Screening the Information Economy through Theories of Information

  • Pascal Petit
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Abstract

In what sense can we qualify contemporary developed economies as information economies ? Does it amount to the same thing to speak of economies based on knowledge ?

Keywords

Game Theory Financial Market Shared Knowledge Tacit Knowledge Semantic Dimension 
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  • Pascal Petit
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  1. 1.ParisFrance

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