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Transition to New Intangible Resource-Based Economy


  • Ioan I. Gâf-Deac

    (Transition to New Intangible Resource-Based Economy)


The article shows that change, globalization of knowledge orients the transition to the new economy in modern times, economic structures and transformations take place through technological development. Also in the article are dealt with new problems related to a model of the industrial sector in Romania to advance the knowledge economy. In the new economy, however, it is possible that public policies themselves represent primary factors inducing malfunctions in the markets as long as the contents of their strategic and tactical is not relational and indicative consistent in new forms of production/reproduction economic as is looming industrial sectors of tangible resources when the outside world is moving towards intangible operational structure.

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  • Ioan I. Gâf-Deac, 2017. "Transition to New Intangible Resource-Based Economy," Noble International Journal of Business and Management Research, Noble Academic Publsiher, vol. 1(1), pages 1-4, January.
  • Handle: RePEc:nap:nijbmr:2017:p:1-4

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