Why all this fuss about codified and tacit knowledge?

, , and . Industrial and Corporate Change 11 (2): 245-262 (2002)


This article is a critique of "The explicit economics of knowledge codification and tacitness" by Cowan, R., David, P. A., & Foray, D. as well as the authors' assessment of why the distinction of tacit and codified knowledge is important in economic and knowledge management practice.

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