DEVELOPMENT OF KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY IN THE MODERN WORLD

Lama Mashal

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The economic status of a country's knowledge economy, and especially his human capital, are the key factors for economic and employment renewal in each country. On the one hand, there are developing and advanced countries, and on the other, there are countries, both in Europe and in Africa, that are facing the collapse of all its economic systems. What is Knowledge Economy? What is so important about this term? This article will try to give a new picture to globalization which happening everywhere on Earth.

 

JEL: F01, F40, F60, N10

 

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knowledge economy, globalization, human capital

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