Culture & Arts as Knowledge Resources Towards Sustainability for Identity of Nations and Cognitive Richness of Human Being

@article{Pilotti2004CultureA,
  title={Culture \& Arts as Knowledge Resources Towards Sustainability for Identity of Nations and Cognitive Richness of Human Being},
  author={Luciano Pilotti and Marina Rinaldin},
  journal={Development Economics},
  year={2004}
}
The main purpose of this article is to examine the consequences of using cultural resources (in its manifold appearances) to describe the knowledge dynamics of economic systems. The focus is on the ability of economic growth to guarantee sustainable use of arts or cultural resources as knowledge resources. A dynamic optimization technique is used as the standard theory of optimal control. Everybody knows that economists have used, and often still use, the terms economic growth and economic… 

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