Tuesday, 29 July 2008

natural knowledge economy

the paper "brazil: the natural knowledge economy", comissioned by cgee - center for managing and strategic studies, was released this month in london. the study was developed by kirsten bound, researcher from demos ("the thinktank for everyday democracy"), and it shows a situation extremely conducive to innovative thinking in brazil, with increasing number of research projects and resources allocated for innovation programs.

the paper can be downloaded, in pdf format, from the website of demos (at the above link). and if you want to know how much it is already reverberating, check the post of the online design magazine core77 here.

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