Production de connaissance : approche en termes de processus de valorisation économique
This article deals with microeconomics foundations of the knowledge of economy and distinguishes several ways for knowledge generation. For a long time economic analysis have assimilated knowledge and information. Today it is different but relations between concepts are not totally analysed. For the purpose to contribute to these approaches evolution, we suggest to analyse transition ways from information to knowledge with two types of generic framework, decisional models and life cycle models. Indeed, how can we understand, manage and control knowledge accumulation without knowing mechanisms, which work during the passage from information to knowledge? By this way, we'll analyse information valorisation processes and will exhibit information units fundamental, which are liable to become economics political targets.
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