Knowledge Politics’ work is divided into seven themes or work streams.
The knowledge economy, intellectual property, media & culture, skills & education, information society theory, internet governance, and technology & society.
Knowledge Politics defines its primary function as providing a gateway to research produced by other individuals or organisations, notably academics and think-tanks.
An extensive set of links on the Knowledge Politics website demonstrates this.
But the organisation also publishes its own material.
This is mainly in the form of pamphlets or discussion documents.
To date, all of Knowledge Politics’ publications have been written mainly or entirely by external contributors.