Knowing New Knowledge (Transilvanian study)

There’s always more to know about knowledge. This study makes that, if nothing else, clear:

Measuring the Value of Different Categories of Knowledge within a Romanian University,” Dana Adriana Lupşa-Tătaru, paper presented at the International Conference on Applied Statistics, September 23–26, 2007, at Ribno (Bled), Slovenia. The author, at Transilvania University of Braşov, Braşov, Romania, explains:

“The study revealed that the results of theoretical knowledge value model application and the perceived value of knowledge coincide, highlighting the major role of one specific category of knowledge, namely knowledge about / generated through the application of quality management.”