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Collective knowledge enhancement is prevented by the fact that what is being passed around cannot be enriched, commented upon and recombined by others. Popular wisdom maintains that “good fences make good neighbours”. This may apply in the case of two farmers with adjacent fields – one growing crops and the other grazing cattle – or gold diggers excavating neighbouring concessions. But unlike land, forage or other kinds of exhaustible resources, knowledge is not depleted by use for consumption; data-sets are not subject to being “over-grazed”, but instead are likely to be enriched and rendered more accurate the more that researchers are allowed to comb through them (David, 2001).
INNOVATION IN THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY – IMPLICATIONS FOR EDUCATION AND LEARNING – ISBN 92-64-10560-3 © OECD 2004 – CHAPTER 1. ECONOMIC FUNDAMENTALS OF THE KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY Foray, D. (1999), “Science, Technology and the Market”, :RUOG 6RFLDO 6FLHQFH 5HSRUW, UNESCO Publishing/Elsevier. Foray D. and D. Hargreaves (2003), “The Production of Knowledge in Different Sectors: A Model and Some Hypotheses”, /RQGRQ 5HYLHZ RI (GXFDWLRQ, Vol. 1, No. 1. Goody, J. (1977), 7KH 'RPHVWLFDWLRQ RI WKH 6DYDJH 0LQG, Cambridge University Press.
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