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Knowledge, inequality, and growth in the new economy

by Richard Nahuis

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Published by Edward Elgar Publishing in Northampton, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Income distribution,
  • Wages -- Effect of education on,
  • Wages -- Effect of technological innovations on,
  • Technological innovations -- Economic aspects,
  • Economic development

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementRichard Nahuis.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC79.I5 N34 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3685816M
    ISBN 101843763230
    LC Control Number2003048537

    In knowledge economy, new product development becomes a key factor of corporation's survival and development. Corporations generally use teams to develop new product. Team knowledge creation for Author: Kunal Dasgupta. Wage Inequality in Latin America: Understanding the Past to Prepare for the Future addresses these two questions by reviewing relevant literature and providing new evidence on what we know from the conceptual, empirical, and policy perspectives. serious threats have emerged to the model of trade-led growth. New technologies could draw Cited by: 7.

    2. The knowledge economy, labour market institutions, and income inequality The post-industrial era has been marked by a dramatic increase in income inequality within the advanced democracies. The richest households in society have typically pulled away from the rest . Rising inequality. Growth has also become less inclusive. to promote broader diffusion of technologies embodying new knowledge. in light of the new tax challenges of the digital economy Author: Zia Qureshi.

    The economy's growth rate is shown to fall with interest groups' rent-seeking abilities, as well as with the gap between rich and poor. It is not income inequality per se that matters, but inequality in the relative distribution of earnings and political power.   These new “SDGs” even include one goal that explicitly calls on nations to “reduce inequality within and among nations.” “Evidence shows,” this new sustainable development goal points out, “that, beyond a certain threshold, inequality harms growth and poverty reduction, the quality of relations in the public and political spheres.


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Knowledge, inequality, and growth in the new economy by Richard Nahuis Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Knowledge, inequality and growth in the new economy. [Richard Nahuis] -- "During the past two centuries, major technological breakthroughs such Knowledge the steam engine and electricity have acted as the catalysts for growth and have resulted in a marked increase in material.

This book explores the hidden nature of the knowledge economy and its possible futures. The confinement of the knowledge economy to these insular vanguards has become a driver of economic stagnation and inequality throughout the world.

Traditional mass production has stopped working as a shortcut to economic by: 2. This book explores the hidden nature of the knowledge economy and its possible futures.

The confinement of the knowledge economy to these insular vanguards has become a driver of economic stagnation and inequality throughout the world. Traditional mass production has stopped working as a shortcut to economic growth. knowledge economy and go on to characterizeit, explain it, and explore its alternative futures.

Our encounter with the knowledge economy suggests a new criterion of what makes the most advanced practice of production most advanced. In one sense, it is the practice of production that is closest to the mind, and especially to the part of our mentalFile Size: KB.

Organization and Inequality in a Knowledge Economy Luis Garicano, Esteban Rossi-Hansberg. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in July NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth We present a theory of the organization of work in an economy where knowledge is an essential input in production: a knowledge economy.

Here Unger argues that the knowledge economy is confined to too few regions (think New York City and Silicon Valley) and too few industries (e.g., software and financial services). For Ungar, this “insular vanguardianism” is the principal cause of most of the world’s economic problems, including growing income inequality and slow rates of Author: Robert D.

Atkinson. The insular character of these vanguards depresses economic growth even as it aggravates economic inequality. If only we could find ways to develop the knowledge economy in a form that includes a larger proportion of firms and workers, we would have struck a powerful blow.

In the wider economy, rising inequality has been accompanied by slower G.D.P. growth. A central question is which way the causation goes, and Boushey lays out some of. This book explores the hidden nature of the knowledge economy and its possible futures.

The confinement of the knowledge economy to these insular vanguards has become a driver of economic stagnation and inequality throughout the world.

Traditional mass production has stopped working as a shortcut to economic growth. The golden age of high growth and low unemployment Workers and employers in the golden age The end of the golden age After stagflation: The fruits of a new policy regime Before the financial crisis: Households, banks, and the credit boom.

The second part of my book explains how the dual economy affects politics. It begins with a review of the role of race in American history, starting in the 17###sup/sup### century. Slavery was an integral part of the United States for close to a century until the Civil War eliminated it.

Citation. KOH, Winston T. Knowledge, Inequality and Growth in the New Economy. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, (9), Author: Winston T. Koh. Knowledge is the engine that drives human development – and it has been throughout history.

Knowledge expanded in the hunter-gatherer days with the invention of fire. In those days, a human obtained all its food by foraging. Although the source of food did not change, fire allowed humans to cook food and consume more calories.

Download Citation | OnWinston T.H. Koh and others published Knowledge, Inequality and Growth in The New Economy; Richard Nahuis, Edward Elgar; Cheltenham, UK.

Knowledge, Inequality, and Growth in the New Economy 英文书摘要. 查看全文信息(Full Text Information) Knowledge, Inequality, and Growth in the New Economy. This sort of economy may be larger than you think. That's the gist of the provocative new book 'The Captured Economy' by Brink Lindsey and Steven M.

Teles They argue that the economy is riddled with self-serving arrangements, mainly benefiting the rich, that impose excess costs on the poor and middle class and reducreduce economic growth."4/4(21).

The lagging performances of some of the economies in Figure demonstrate that the existence of capitalist institutions is not enough, in itself, to create a dynamic economy—that is, an economy bringing sustained growth in living standards.

Two sets of conditions contribute to the dynamism of the capitalist economic system. Economic growth can be defined as the increase in the inflation-adjusted market value of the goods and services produced by an economy over time. It is conventionally measured as the percent rate of increase in real gross domestic product, or real GDP.

Growth is usually calculated in real terms - i.e., inflation-adjusted terms – to eliminate the distorting effect of inflation on the price. The confinement of the knowledge economy: the consequences for economic stagnation and inequality -- The confinement of the knowledge economy: the beginning of an explanation -- Making the knowledge economy inclusive: the cognitive-educational requirements -- Making the knowledge economy inclusive: the social-moral requirements -- Published by (August ) Dora L.

Costa and Naomi R. Lamoreaux, editors, Understanding Long-Run Economic Growth: Geography, Institutions, and the Knowledge o: University of Chicago Press, x + pp.

$ (hardcover), ISBN:. Knowledge Economy Economy in which knowledge is the engine of growth Four Pillars of the Knowledge Economy Economic incentive and institutional regime that provides incentives for the efficient use of existing and new knowledge and the flourishing of entrepreneurship Educated, creative and skilled people Dynamic information infrastructure.The economy of knowledge was initiated by a capitalism that cannot contain this new context of production.

Therefore, rather than see the world as the sum of two independent competing systems, we have to look at it as the result of strong interactions between them as they change each other’s : Richard Levins.Downloadable! We develop a two sector growth model to understand the relation between inequality and growth.

Agents, who are endowed with different levels of knowledge, select either into a retail or a manufacturing sector. Agents in the manufacturing sector match to carry out production. A by-product of production is creation of ideas that spill over to the retail sector and improve.