"New Knowledge Society/Economy."

Curtis, Yvonne
August 2007
Future Times;2007, Vol. 3, p6
This article focuses on the statement issued by Les Oxley, a professor at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand, about the slogan "Knowledge Society/Economy," during the Motu Public Policy Seminar Series held on July 26, 2007. Oxley discussed new knowledge as a driver of progress. He also noted the changing nature of the theory of the firm.


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