Manuel, Eduardo (2006): Microeconomics of Knowledge: African Case. Published in: Social Science Research Network (12. June 2006)
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This paper has as objective to approach the theme “Microeconomics of Knowledge” and having the African case as reference. We concluded that, in general analysis, South Africa and Tunisia are the countries of the selected with better performance in microeconomics of knowledge, and Angola, Chad and Ethiopia are the poor countries in this area of knowledge. High rates of adult alphabetization can stimulate the companies to employ skilled personal according to their necessities and this personal could and it will be ready to work with advanced technology and to do R&D for development of activities that these companies are engaged.
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