The purpose of this article is to discuss issues raised at The 1st World Conference on Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy: Nations, Regions and Cities, which took place in Paris, June 20, 2005.
The conference was structured into four sessions: intellectual capital and the knowledge economy; intellectual capital for nations; intellectual capital for regions; and looking at the future.
Finds that there is a gap that must be addressed. There are very few actual case studies that articulate how a knowledge economy is nurtured and operates on a regional and local basis.
This article is based on the first conference, which was a remarkable convocation and springboard event and will be of interest to those in the field of intellectual capital.
Chatzkel, J. (2006), "The 1st World Conference on Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy: Nations, Regions and Cities", Journal of Intellectual Capital, Vol. 7 No. 2, pp. 272-282. https://doi.org/10.1108/14691930610661908Download as .RIS
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