Human capital accumulation and economic growth in Asia
[Introduction]: The emerging technologically-centered economic system of the modern world calls for the acquisition and mastery of new knowledge, or for the upgrading of skills. Traditional patterns of trade – for the most part based on cost advantages - are being replaced by trade patterns based on ‘non-price’ competitiveness (quality, information-intensity…). The need for appropriate human capital development and accumulation is a prerequisite for modern economic growth in...[Show more]
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