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Title: Knowledge Governance and Creativity in the Organisation of Production: What is in the Interests of 'Publics'?
Authors: Sacchetti, Silvia
Sugden, Roger
Contact Email: silvia.sacchetti@stir.ac.uk
Citation: Sacchetti S & Sugden R (2008) Knowledge Governance and Creativity in the Organisation of Production: What is in the Interests of 'Publics'?. Institute for Economic Development Policy Discussion Paper Series, 2008-03. University of Birmingham.
JEL Code(s): D20
D63
D80
L23
L26
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: University of Birmingham
Series/Report no.: Institute for Economic Development Policy Discussion Paper Series, 2008-03
Abstract: We fuse previously distinct analyses to identify the essence of the production organisation problem. The focus is especially on the creation and use of knowledge so as to make choices over strategic direction. We then explore what that entails for creativity through a public interests criterion. The approach differs markedly from topical analysis on creative industries and competitiveness. We emphasise all people using their imagination and ideas, and suggest 'public creativity networks': socio-economic networks of mutual dependence in which creativity is nurtured through communication, so that together people might identify publics and realise those publics' interests.
Type: Working or Discussion Paper
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1893/11826
URL: http://epapers.bham.ac.uk/43/
Rights: Publisher allows this work to be made available in this repository.
Affiliation: Socio-Management
Stirling Management School

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