The Economic Value of Knowledge: Embodied in Goods or Embedded in Cultures?

@article{Crevoisier2016TheEV,
  title={The Economic Value of Knowledge: Embodied in Goods or Embedded in Cultures?},
  author={Olivier Crevoisier},
  journal={Regional Studies},
  year={2016},
  volume={50},
  pages={189 - 201}
}
Crevoisier O. The economic value of knowledge: embodied in goods or embedded in cultures?, Regional Studies. ‘Tacit’ knowledge is a fuzzy concept – a kind of never opened black box – that has not allowed understanding about how knowledge gives birth to monetary income, or to regional development. This paper proposes a distinction between substantial and significant knowledge. While the former refers to knowledge being sold and bought like a good or embodied in goods on the basis of ownership… Expand
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