Joseph Stiglitz

“Scan Globally, Reinvent Locally: Knowledge Infrastructure and the Localization of Knowledge”

Editors: Diane Stone

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Abstract:

The author explains why he thinks the Global Development Network is so important and why it is that the World Bank has taken such an active role in acting as a catalytic agent in promoting it, and develops some of the underlying epistemology that lies behind the creation of this new institution.

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Source: Banking on Knowledge: The Genesis of the Global Development Network
Exact Citation:
Stiglitz, Joseph. "Scan Globally, Reinvent Locally: Knowledge Infrastructure and the Localization of Knowledge." In Banking on Knowledge: The Genesis of the Global Development Network, 24-43. Ed. Diane Stone. London: Routledge, 2000.
Pages: 24-43
Place: London
Date: 2000