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|Title:||Human resource development in the Asia-Pacific|
|Source:||Low, L. (1998). Human resource development in the Asia-Pacific. Asian-Pacific Economic Literature 12 (1) : 27-40. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-8411.00027|
|Abstract:||The literature on education, training and other aspects of human resource development in the Asia-Pacific region is still under-developed. Many country studies are emerging, together with regional programs initiated under ASEAN, APEC and PECC auspices. Many East Asian countries have proved that a human resource development-led strategy promotes economic growth and development. Upgrading of education and skills relevant to R and D and international competitiveness in technology-intensive manufacturing and services are evident in some newly-industrialising economies in the region. But more efforts are needed.|
|Source Title:||Asian-Pacific Economic Literature|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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