In the present article, we introduce the idea that the economical models, based upon the three traditional production factors, should be revised regarding the incorporation of the Knowledge as an essential instrument of the economical production itself. Through the necessary recognition of this point-of-view, we propose a new concept for the business administration in the Knowledge Society, the Enterprise Intelligence, and we introduce, as well, a model for the management of the Knowledge capital. We also suggest and would like to discuss a few ideas of how developing countries like Brazil should position itself on this new Economics.
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Rebecca Watson, Michael D. Myers
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Luiz Antonio Joia
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G. Roland Kaye, Stephen Little
Mahmoud M. Watad
Eileen M. Trauth
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Michelle W.L. Fong
Syed Zahoor Hassan
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