Innovation, Policy Learning and Social Cohesion in the New Knowledge Economy
The European challenge addresses highly topical issues and offers original insights and contributions to the ongoing debate on the knowledge-based economy and the Lisbon strategy. Maurizio Ferrera, Department of Labour and Welfare Studies, University of Milano, Italy
Graham Room and his co-authors are based at the University of Bath, UK, in the Department of Social and Policy Sciences, the Department of Economics and International Development and the School of Management.
The EU and the new knowledge economy; Policy benchmarking: tools for steering the new knowledge economy?; The new macro-economy: stability, growth and dynamics; Industrial innovation and organisational change; Human investment; Access and inclusion; Indicators of the new knowledge economy; Globalisation and governance; Conclusion.