Book Details

Social Capital in the Knowledge Economy

: 2006

: 978-3-540-35366-9


It is possible that there once was a time when scholars used to sit isolated with their cogitations in their attics, emerging now and then to publish their latest e- dite offerings which no one had ever thought of before.The book contains 14 chapters … . are very rich in new concepts, theories, ideas, representing a first-class contribution to the development of the literature devoted to social capital. … The whole book is written in a very exciting style, which invites the reader to reflect on the new ideas expressed. The economic growth depends on importing and integrating external knowledge, producing new knowledge, innovating new products using newly acquired or created knowledge, and using new knowledge to market new products

: Business and Economics, Entrepreneurs, Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Institution, Knowledge Economy, Regional Development, Social Capital, USA