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society (Ronfeldt 1992). The Ž nancial institutions of information-based societies are becoming increasingly information-based themselves. Transfers between Ž nancial institutions increasingly involve only the  ow of electrical impulses rather than physical matter. The physical transfer of money is

In: Perspectives on Global Development and Technology

may now itself be unable to cope with the demands of the post-industrial information-based societies of the turn of the millennium and thus may need to be replaced by new approaches to public and private management. This book's reconsideration of Max Weber's writings on bureaucracy and their

In: International Journal of Comparative Sociology

function is that of the emancipation and empowerment of citizens for the full and free exercise of democratic citizenship. In our information-based societies, where the most needed knowledge is hidden and denied to the majority of the population, public intellectuals must fight against such concealment and

In: International Journal of Public Theology