Automating Interaction: Formal and Informal Knowledge in the Digital Network Economy

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Hampton Press, 2005 - Information society - 184 pages
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Traces the history of knowledge, information, and cognate categories as variables in economic thought, from their first appearance in early classical economics, through their place in neo-classical, institutional, and neo-institutional economics, to their role in contemporary investigations in economic psychology.

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Introduction
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Knowledge Rationality and Social Welfare in Classical Economic
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Information and Social Welfare in the NeoClassical Model
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