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Excessive Accumulation of Knowledge as a Challenge to Science Policy
Equilibrium. Quarterly Journal of Economics and Economic Policy
In response to current economic theories, a special emphasis is put on the need for continuous acquisition of knowledge. The stock of knowledge, however, is growing very dynamically, which leads to shifts in the scientific process. There are shifts in individual innovative productivity, which is manifested by the fact that the contribution of young scientists to science is getting smaller and – as a result of deepening of specialization – the dominance of teamwork increases. These twodoi:10.12775/equil.2014.016 fatcat:35ytibipyrfqndkr6nopdzvofe