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by: European Commission's Enterprise DG,
type: Articles
in: 18 the future of the Service Industry

As employers and as creators of wealth, the service industries now dominate most developed economies, including Europe’s. But innovation policy thinking remains focused on manufacturing. A new report from the European Commission’s Enterprise DG calls for better understanding – and more vigorous promotion – of innovation in services.more....

by: PricewaterhouseCoopers,
type: Articles
in: 23 Intellectual Property

Building and enforcing intellectual property value. An international guide for the boardroom. At PricewaterhouseCoopers, we believe that intellectual property is one of the most important elements in the value of major corporations. For the second year running we have joined with other leading organisations to provide a comprehensive overview of the critical areas of valuation, accounting, corporate finance, protection and taxation. more....


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by: Evalueserve,
type: Articles
in: 48 India

The Venture Capital market in India seems to be getting as hot as the country’s famous summers. However, this potential over-exuberance may lead to some stormy days ahead, based on sobering research compiled by global research and analytics services firm, Evalueserve.more....

by: EC Directorate-General Information Society,
type: Articles
in: 09 the future of Media & Entertainment

This book shows how the IST Priority is working towards a vision of the future of IST that puts people first (“ambient intelligence”). It focuses on the use of IST within three key settings: by individuals and in the home (intelligent spaces); by enterprises and in the workplace (the knowledge economy); and by public services and society at large (digital communities). A fourth section covers core technologies which underpin future services and applications across these scenarios (enabling technologies).

The book presents a snapshot of the IST Priority at the current time, providing insights on what, in many ways, is a complex and intricate RTD effort. This edition focuses, in particular, on the transition from the 5th to the 6th Framework Programme of EU funded research. The articles outline the rationale for and objectives of IST research, as well as key technological challenges and policy issues relating to specific areas of the programme. They also summarise recent IST projects and describe results from certain completed projects. Each of the articles is referenced to relevant Strategic Objectives under the IST Work Programme 2003-2004.
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by: Philippa Cordingley, CUREE,
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in: 11 the future of Education & Learning


This paper explores the process or developing an appropriate research strategy within an initiative oriented towards knowledge production. It does so through an examination of early strategic decisions relating to programme values, empirical and theoretical approaches to research utilisation, drawing in particular on the work of Huberman (1993) and concludes with case study examples of early research related work.
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by: R. Dogra, A. Chaudhary, A. Bagla, A. Khurana,
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in: 36 Global Workplace

Indian KPO sector, with revenues of 0.72 billion in 2003, accounted for 56% of the global KPO sector. According to Evalueserve, share of Indian KPO sector is expected to increase to 71% of the Global KPO sector, with revenues of USD 12 billion, by 2010.more....

by: Vladimir Petrovskiy,
type: Articles
in: 10 the future of the Knowledge Society

The knowledge-based society in Europe set by the European Council as a strategic goal for 2010 should serve as an inspiring example for all the countries in our world.
The basic aim of such society to provide sustainable economic growth with more and better jobs and greater social cohesion is inseparable from the maintenance of strategic security in a new interdependent and multicultural world.
Promotion of the knowledge-based societies which should be conceives as plural, variable and open to democratic choices makes it necessary to answer the questions what is to be done and how. The European experience should be used together with the recommendation of the UN, UNESCO, ILO and other international bodies. Millennium Development Goals (MDG) are of particular importance.
The promotion of the knowledge-based society in the world demands a responsible constitutional democratic governance both at national and global level. The task of such governance is to make the effective decisions and put them into practice through coherent and systematic approach to facilitate developing the potential of each individual and bringing human beings together to adapt themselves jointly to rapid and accelerating pace of changes in the world.more....


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