Negative aspects of counter-knowledge on absorptive capacity and human capital
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Knowledge AreaOrganización de Empresas
SponsorsThe data of this research were taken from a research programme supported by the Spanish Ministry of Education (REF: ECO2011-28,641-C02-02) and the Mobility Project (REF: PRX14/00164).
PublisherMCB University Press
Bibliographic CitationCegarra Navarro, J.G., Cepeda-Carrión, G. y Wensley, A. (2015). Negative aspects of counter-knowledge on absorptive capacity and human capital. Journal of Intellectual Capital, 16 (4), 763-778
People live and work in a world where they do not have complete knowledge and, as a result, they make use of rumours, beliefs and assumptions about relevant areas of concern. The term counter-knowledge has been used to refer to knowledge created from unverified sources. The purpose of this paper is to examine the relationship between counter-knowledge and human capital (HC) as well as investigating interactions between absorptive capacity (ACAP) and HC.
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