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Learning and Knowledge for the Network Society.

Learning and Knowledge for the Network Society

David V. Gibson, Manuel V. Heitor, and Alejandro Ibarra-Yunez, editors

Purdue University Press

1207 South Campus Courts, Bldg. E, West Lafayette, IN 47907

1557533563 $69.95 1-800-933-9637 www.thepress.purdue.edu

Learning and Knowledge for the Network Society is an anthology of essays by a wide variety of learned authors from academic, business, and government sectors across the globe, concerning crucial contemporary issues of science and technology and their use to foster economic development, at home as well as abroad. Chapters discuss the nuts and bolds of building a "learning economy", how to network for regional economic development, issues of language and policies to help transcent the language barrier, and much more. Charts, graphs, and bibliographies supplement these valuable and cutting-edge assessments of problems be wary of and solutions to be implemented worldwide.
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Date:Mar 1, 2005
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