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POLICY FRAMEWORKS FOR THE KNOWLEDGE BASED ECONOMY: ICTs, INNOVATION AND HUMAN RESOURCES An OECD Global Forum
Marie-Paule Verlaeten
(16/01/2005)

Cet article propose une grille et un sens de lecture de l'histoire de l'innovation au coeur des sociétés modernes avec une alternance d'avancées et de reculs. Ce phénomène se répand par le biais et à l'aide du partage de la connaissance qui ouvre de nouvelles perspectives. This paper has three parts. In the first, it is thrown light about the economics of innovation departing from Schumpeter up to now. The main message is that innovation is a key issue to get economic wealth. But this is not without creating ups and downs in society using market economics and being liberal democracy. In the second, the global village's wealth at the long run is illuminated giving a world's legitimacy to the concern for innovation. In the third, a new knowledge policy is proposed. It is a way to capitalise on a wider spectrum of knowledge than today through market economics. Indeed, the new policy looks at the full set of knowledge a society from a given civilisation has at a certain moment of time. This seems to be more relevant when markets are open and civilisations encounter more than in the past. The new knowledge policy is a way to get new and more shared growth than in the past.
Sciences de l'Homme et Société/Sciences de l'information et de la communication/Collectivités territoriales
démocratie – global – innovation – intelligence – partage.
Democracy – Global – Innovation – Knowledge – Society.

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