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Knowledge economy: trajectory of institutional evolution

Knowledge economy: trajectory of institutional evolution

Journal of Economic Regulation, , Vol. 4 (no. 1),
p. 87-95

The knowledge economy is considered as the newest stage of institutional evolution of capitalism, historically replacing information economy and capable in the long term to become a basis of reindustrialization of the leading postindustrial countries.


Keywords: knowledge economy; postindustrial economy; information economy; informatization; cognitivization; reindustrialization

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