This book examines new and potential currents in records management, and its relationship to knowledge, in the context of ideas and work from related disciplines, drawing in particular on work in public policy, economics and information science, and aiming to draw these sometimes disparate strands together; in the process it builds on the work of others in all these fields. I am grateful to former colleagues in the UK National Archives with whom I worked closely in the early development of electronic records management to develop new ideas and thinking, in particular to Richard Blake and Malcolm Todd for their generous personal support and encouragement over many years. I am also most grateful to the many practitioners in the ...

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