"واقع الاقتصاد المعرفيّ في الشّركات العائلية في فلسطين " د ا رسة ميدانية على الشركات العائلية في محافظة الخليل
زينب عبد الرحمن إسماعيل أبو لوحة
Zainab Abdel Rahman Abu Louha
The study aimed to identify the reality of the knowledge economy in family businesses in Palestine, by studying the concept of the knowledge economy in the Palestinian reality, as well as the reality of the practice of the knowledge economy in family businesses in the Hebron Governorate, and the extent to which the components of the knowledge economy are achieved in family businesses in the Hebron Governorate as it represents a center important in the Palestinian business sector. The researcher used the descriptive approach, and the study population consisted of the total family businesses in Hebron Governorate, which numbered about (2117) companies were valid for analysis. The questionnaire was used as a tool for collecting primary data, included two parts: First: demographic characteristics (number of employees, company capital, work sector, company age, legal form of the company), Second included knowledge economy axes (knowledge economy culture, advanced professional competence among workers Towards the knowledge economy, planning for the existence of the knowledge economy, the production of a knowledge economy, the infrastructure supporting the knowledge economy, and the use of information technology towards the knowledge economy). The study concluded that the reality of the concept knowledge economy among workers in family companies in Palestine was high with an arithmetic average (4.12), the degree of reality of practicing the knowledge economy was high with an arithmetic average (4.00), and the level of planning for the existence and production of a knowledge economy was the most statistically significant axes, followed by the axis of the use of information technology towards the knowledge economy, then the advanced professional competence of workers towards the knowledge economy, then the infrastructure supporting the knowledge economy. The researcher recommended the need to take all different environments into account when planning this type of knowledge-based economy, and the need to strengthen the necessary technological, human and professional infrastructure for it.