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2016 | 280 | 157-171
Article title

Brokerzy w przepływie wiedzy. Kontekst regionalny

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Title variants
EN
Brokers' participation in knowledge transfer. Regional context
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
PL
W pierwszej części artykułu skierowano uwagę na kluczowe założenia natury przemian i wyzwań, które, w obliczu trendów w gospodarce światowej, podkreśla się w Regionalnej Strategii Innowacji Województwa Śląskiego na lata 2013-2020. Uwypuklono znaczenie tematyki brokerów wiedzy. Następnie zarysowano teoretyczne ramy problematyki pośrednictwa wiedzy, co stanowiło cel główny niniejszego artykułu. Całość zwieńczona została wnioskami, odnoszącymi się do istoty i znaczenia dalszych badań na zarysowanym polu.
EN
The paper firstly discusses the key aspects related to both changes and challenges, which are emphasized in the “Regional Innovation Strategy of the Silesia Voivodeship on 2013-2020” in the face of trends observed nowadays in the world economy. The issue of knowledge brokers is raised. Next theoretical framework for problems concerned with brokerage function is outlined, which is the main goal of the paper. At the ending of the paper some final comments on the core of the matter as well as on planned research are included.
Year
Volume
280
Pages
157-171
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  • Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Katowicach. Wydział Zarządzania . Katedra Zarządzania Przedsiębiorstwem
  • Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Katowicach. Wydział Zarządzania . Katedra Zarządzania Przedsiębiorstwem
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Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
ISSN
2083-8611
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.cejsh-78376274-1b9f-49d1-852e-7a0a9d065cb3
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