Building knowledge cultures: education and development in the age of knowledge capitalism

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Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2006 - Business & Economics - 225 pages
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The book discusses the notion of knowledge cultures in relation to claims for the new economy and the communicative turn, as well as cultural economy and the politics of postmodernity. It focuses on national policy constructions of the knowledge economy, fast knowledge and the role of the so-called new pedagogy and social learning under these conditions to argue for knowledge networks as development possibilities in educational policy futures.

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Knowledge Economy
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Universities Globalization and the New Political Economy
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