Mitchell, Ronald K.
January 2008
USASBE Conference Proceedings;2008, p1
Conference Paper
In the past, the separation of the production and the distribution of wealth has been accepted as the natural state of affairs. In the information age, this separation need no longer be the case, because-due to the communications revolution and advances in entrepreneurial cognition research-production and distribution are, or can be, much more closely connected, as every producer acquires and utilizes a fundamental understanding of key entrepreneurial thinking patterns. Entrepreneurial cognition research and economic development can be ever-more-closely linked, as researchers examine under-, over-, and effectively-governed transactions as seen through the entrepreneurial thinking lens.


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