Knowledge Economy in Europe Scope This series maps the emergent field of educational futures. It will commission books on the futures of education in relation to the question of globalisation and knowledge economy.
Europe belongs to the developed part of the world but there are some challenges the continent is facing in this respect.
First and foremost, there are considerable differences in innovation performance across European countries: Second, European firms and the Europe-based subsidiaries of multinational companies are taking various positions in global value creation — not always the top ones, although there are positive examples as well.
Third, Europe has lately been challenged by emerging economies that are quickly stepping upwards the knowledge, technology and innovation ladders.
European firms and policies must react to these advancements. The European Union is regularly reviewing its member states in terms of innovation performance, among others.
The term “knowledge-based economy” results from a fuller recognition of the role of knowledge and technology in economic growth. Knowledge, as embodied in human beings (as “human capital”). This was the fifth Knowledge Economy Forum that the World Bank organized to support countries in Europe and Central Asia (ECA) in their transition to becoming increasingly knowledge-based. The first such Forum took place in in Paris and focused on the definition of national knowledge economy strategies, primarily in EU accession countries. The Berlin Forum is the ninth in this series of flagship events that the World Bank is organizing in partnership with the Fraunhofer Center for Central and Eastern Europe to support ECA countries in their transition to becoming increasingly knowledge-based.
In addition, the EU is conducting policies in the fields of research, development, innovation or industrial competitiveness — all these are areas where knowledge plays a crucial role.
The Europe strategy overarching the — decade has put smart growth among its three priorities. Papers included in the special issue all relate to this topic in some way, either from the realm of economics theoretical or appliedor from the business perspective firms, markets, strategies.
They may range from general to specific e. She holds a PhD in Economicsher thesis relates to the field of European competition policy. She held a post-doc scholarship from the Hungarian National Centre of Excellence — and was awarded the Jean Monnet Chair title by the European Commission in She has been teaching and researching on the economy of the EU, the European economic integration process, the EU internal market and its regulation and, most lately, the EU internal divide.
Deadline for paper submission: Every year the programme of this conference includes also the Editors Panel. Suggestions from editors of international journals help authors to publish their papers.
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IJMKL will participate as one of sponsored journals and is honoured to announce a special issue of IJMKL inwhich will include some of the best papers of the conference.The EIB has already supported the transition to a circular economy with over € bn in project financing, including the first of a kind Aanekoski bio-pulp mill in Finland, the .
the knowledge economy, the knowledge workforce and the knowledge-based fi rm? This in turn allows us to answer key questions, such as: how big is the economies of Northern Europe and Australia, investing between 3 and 4 per cent of GDP Low investment economies of Southern Europe, investing between 2 and 3 per.
the knowledge economy is not altogether clear, and just how different these work arrangements are from older ones is the subject of much debate (Kochan & Barley ).
Its aim was to make the Europe the number one knowledge-based economy of the world by "Be Competitive through innovation " this is what Europe wants; its firms have to do that to compete in the global world. In Europe, with the exception of the countries mentioned above, both the resources d evoted to intangible investment and their con tri but .
Building the Knowledge Economy in Europe investigates the integration of emerging knowledge policy domains on the European political agenda, and the dynamics of this in relation to knowledge policies.