Managing Knowledge and Storing Wisdom? New Forms of Foreign Aid?

@inproceedings{Samoff2001ManagingKA,
  title={Managing Knowledge and Storing Wisdom? New Forms of Foreign Aid?},
  author={Joel Samoff and Nelly Penaloza Stromquist},
  year={2001}
}
  • Joel Samoff, Nelly Penaloza Stromquist
  • Published 2001
  • Economics
  • Aid agencies claim that their development expertise and advisory services are more important than their funds. Development research databases highlight broader problems in the knowledge management systems that have been established to record and distribute that expertise. In practice, distilled digested mini-facts disseminated electronically risk perpetuating rather than reducing dependence. A banking model of knowledge and knowledge sharing stymies learning because it undermines and devalues… CONTINUE READING

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