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The Network Society: From Knowledge to Policy

@inproceedings{Castells2006TheNS,
  title={The Network Society: From Knowledge to Policy},
  author={M. Castells and Gustavo Cardoso},
  year={2006}
}
This book explores the patterns and dynamics of the network society through its policies. Topics range from the knowledge economy, based on technology and innovation, to organizational reform and modernization in the public sector. The contributors also examine media and communication policies. Contributors include Jorge Sampaio (president of the Portugese Republic), Manuel Castells (UCLA), Gustavo Cardoso (CIES/ISCTE, Portugal), Dale W. Jorgenson (Harvard University), Khuong M.Vu (Suffolk… 
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