Knowledge Based Economy Strategies and Policies in Romania
In recent decades, knowledge is increasingly viewed more as a driving force of economic growth, which has generated a growing interest to information, technology and learning and their role in economic growth. Specialists consider that this new economy, knowledge-based economy, implies permanent products sold through virtual markets which determine much lower transaction costs and new business strategy is centered on exploiting niches. This type of economy is emerging in Romania and this paper aims to present the main national strategies and public policies for the development and implementation of information society knowledge economy in Romania
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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