Wednesday, September 4, 2013

The knowledge economy それは簡単に静的な用語を使用して定義することができないため、情報経済よりも複雑です. All промышленности use znanje in one way or another. The means to define knowledge work, and hence γνώση industries, must therefore move beyond industry classifications.
 Rohstoffmärkte have been in een beetje een stilte in het afgelopen jaar on talk of слабого глобального роста. But with data like this, I don’t think that’s going to last. In fact, I recently made the point that bancos ocidentais are increasingly getting in on commodities too. Frightened of unbacked paper wealth, shrewd banks and hedge funds are contratti di garanzia delle with industrial metal.
 Корени концепта of a knowledge economy (often also referred to as the ‘New Economy’ or ‘digital economy’) 1960年に米国に戻って, when economists noticed that an increasing part of the economy revolves around services and information processing,  rather than manufacturing physical goods or agriculture. In the context of the Cold War and the ideological competition in building a better society, this notion of 知识型经济 quickly attracted a wealth of utopian expectations. Information and communication technologies were associated with increasing productivity, and the ability to process thông tin real-time gave impetus to expectations that markets could now become truly efficient. The neoliberal policies of the 1980s and 1990s were a clear example of how these narratives about a technology-driven economy had entered government policies, and shaped the everyday experiences of people around the world. The birth of the Internet and the World Wide Web in the 1990s and following hype of internet companies during the Dot-Com era of the mid to late 1990s seemed to confirm that, indeed, a radically new economy is on the rise. It is believed  that when जानकारी and Wissen become the primary resource for ekonomisk tillväxt humankind enters a time of economy of abundance, since creativity is not a limited resource, as opposed to le matériau resources of the past.
 Au cœur de ces attentes étaient (and still are) стартап- young technology companies typically imagined essere gestito da universitari abbandoni - ungur, bold people motivated and daring to change 世界, and willing to put in thousands of working hours for low pay or none at all over multiple years, with expectations of large returns some time in the near framtida. The massive appeal of technology startups lies in their potential - while they do not require lots of resources to get started (as compared to any industrial enterprise), the rapid high growth and massive scale they can reach seemingly overnight due to the ‘virtual’ nature of their business makes them an attractive case for investment. While startups can succeed spectacularly, they can also fail fairly snabbt;  the estimate is rằng 90% các phần khởi động се провали.

 what's on our minds..??? #*&^$%#@$%$$$

мировая экономика, flache Welt, knowledge economy, and 21st Century Skills are all phrases we throw around
Here’s a high level overview of 4 different 経済のタイプ to help give the definition of a knowledge economy some more context.
1. Agrarian/agricultural economy: relies on farming as the primary means of creating goods.
2. Industrial/manufacturing economy: relies on production of  tangible goods as the primary gospodarski pokretač.
3. Service economy: relies on service based jobs as the primary economic driver. This is currently where the United States economy is with roughly 79% of its labor force working in a service related industry.
4. Knowledge/the ideas economy: This is where the United States, 그리고 글로벌 경제에게, is headed. In einer wissensbasierten Wirtschaft, the primary economic driver is knowledge taking shape in the form of innovative ideas.


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