2006 | 2(24) | 21-47
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Bliskość, wiedza i powstawanie innowacji

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Proximities, Knowledges and Innovation Biographies
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Celem artykułu jest analiza korzyści, jakie zapewniają poszczególne kategorie wiedzy w procesie jej przekształcania. Badanie złożonych aspektów przekazywania skodyfikowanej wiedzy w procesie dialogu poszczególnych podmiotów prowadzi do koncepcji wiedzy sensu complicite. Kategoria ta uwzględnia mnogość instytucji pośrednich, jakie biorą udział w rzeczywistych procesach wymiany wiedzy, polegających na przekształcaniu wiedzy surowej, sensu implicite, w konkretne innowacje zawierające nową wiedzę i mające określoną wartość rynkową.
This paper proposes an analysis of the manner in which knowledge value chains derive specific but differentiated advantage from distinctive categories of knowledge over geographical space and time. It explores the problematic juxtaposition of tacit and codified knowledge transfer as a simple matter of conversations among binary actors, proposing the concept of "complicit' knowledge as a necessary category capturing the multitude of intermediary agents involved in actual knowledge translation to move from the implicit raw state to the explicit innovation representing new knowledge capable of attracting market demand.
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