|Title:||The Reputation Economy|
|Description:||This book is concerned with providing a critical understanding of how knowledge work is changing with the integration of digital technologies into processes of production and organisation. It starts from the fun- damental assumption that the conditions of existence of t oday’s knowl- edge work are the consequence of slightly more than a decade of frenzy around the concepts of ‘creativity’ and ‘ creative’, and that these have now completed their delinking from the purely artistic and leisure domain to become fully integrated into a managerial and organisational logic of knowledge production founded on creativity. This now results in a num- ber of processes that are changing existing jobs and forms of professional work in various contexts of the knowledge economy, particularly—but not exclusively—as these meet with the digital media industries.|
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