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The Socio-Economic Transformation
In this chapter we emphasize the role of knowledge and social infrastructure in the development of nations. We start with the critique of the Lisbon strategy: it concentrates on wrong goals and relies on declarations and exhortations rather than doing. Then we discuss some World Bank studies implying that prosperity of nations is closely correlated with reliance on human and social capital. Finally, we discuss the notion and taxonomy of knowledge, the emergence of strategic wisdom project,doi:10.1057/9780230379039_7 fatcat:sn5c3ouvczgjlaugv5fmuop32e