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ABSTRACT. This paper shall review a number of theories of organizational learning and their connection to forms of work organization, and examine organizational structures and which types of learning tends to be prevalent in their economies. A number of learning frameworks are integrated and examined to identify similarities and differences. A review of the dispersion of organizational forms, adult training and economic performance of selected states within the European Union are examined to discover if there are connections between the all three elements. pp. 7–35
JEL Codes: D83, O31, Q55

Keywords: knowledge economy, organizational learning, innovation

How to cite: Makó, Csaba, and Brian Mitchell (2013), “Knowledge Economy and Innovation: A European Comparative Perspective,” Journal of Self-Governance and Management Economics 1(2): 7–35.

CSABA MAKÓ
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Budapest Business School,
Szent István University, Hungary 
BRIAN MITCHELL
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Budapest Business School,
Szent István University, Hungary

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