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From the Industrial Age to the Knowledge Economy

  • Åke E. Andersson
  • David F. Batten
  • Charlie Karlsson
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Abstract

Some aspects of economic life were taken for granted in the industrial age. Surprisingly enough, one of the scarcest resources of all — knowledge — was treated as given and inflexible in its supply, just like minerals and other natural resources.

Keywords

Comparative Advantage Knowledge Economy Technology Policy Gross National Product Innovation Diffusion 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Åke E. Andersson
  • David F. Batten
  • Charlie Karlsson

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