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Impediments to promoting access to global knowledge in sub-Saharan Africa

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Knowledge-based societies have come to be identified with the advanced economies. Knowledge is now looked on as a new source of competitive advantage. Those economies where knowledge is created and used in large quantities may be said to enjoy a competitive advantage over those that do not create and use knowledge in large quantities. Sub-Saharan Africa is one region which needs to have access to global knowledge for its economic development. However, there are several impediments to promoting access to global knowledge in sub-Saharan Africa. The impediments are identified in the study and solutions to the impediments proposed. Research methods used are highlighted.
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Keywords: Africa; Competitive advantage; Human capital; Information exchange; Knowledge management; Knowledge organizations

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: October 1, 2004

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