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ABSTRACT. This paper reviews claims for the knowledge economy and the changed significance of knowledge. It proposes a theory of public knowledge cultures to chart a new understanding of the pervasiveness and economies of scale of information and its status as a code for economies and wider social and natural ecologies. The paper concludes by examining the “cultural knowledge economy” and its multiple interpretations. pp. 30–46

Keywords: knowledge economy, knowledge capitalism, cultural knowledge economy, public knowledge cultures

MICHAEL A. PETERS
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University of Waikato
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
TINA BESLEY
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University of Waikato

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