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Challenges and possible solutions for modernization of romanian companies under the knowledge revolution

Adrian Ghencea () and Dana-Florenta Simion

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Abstract: Increasingly, many academics and business people appreciate that the kind of society humanity is moving towards is a knowledge society which is supported by a knowledge economy. A key feature of the knowledge society (Draganescu, 2004) is the emergence of a new economy where innovation process becomes curcial, where knowledge is unprecedentedly disseminated to al citizens through new ways of communication (internet, e-book, e-learning, etc.). In this type of society, the new economy - ofen clled knowledge - based economy - owes its apparence to a number of important forces now at work in the sense of changing the rules of business and national competitiveness: globalization, the increasingly use of knowledge and information, the computer networks and internet connectivity.

Keywords: knowledge management; knowledge - based economy; web technologies (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: D83 L86 M21 O1 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2010-11-20
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