6 edition of Human capital in a global and knowledge-based economy found in the catalog.
Human capital in a global and knowledge-based economy
Angel de la Fuente
by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities in Luxembourg
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Angel de la Fuente and Antonio Ciccone|
|Series||Employment & social affairs.|
|Contributions||Ciccone, Antonio, European Commission. Directorate-General for Employment and Social Affairs.|
|LC Classifications||HD4904.7 .F797 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||2003382423|
Book. Global Economic Prospects, June c b. Tweet Like Share # Shares: 0. Download. English the pandemic is likely to leave lasting scars on the global economy by undermining consumer and investor confidence, human capital, and global value chains. Being mostly a reflection of the recent plunge in global energy demand, low oil prices. In the global economy of the twenty-first century, India will have to use knowledge even more effectively to raise its productivity in agriculture, industry, and services and to reduce poverty. It can draw on a number of existing strengths as it strives to transform itself into a knowledge-based economy—availability of skilled human capital.
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A new approach that emphasizes the economic value of knowledge, drawing attention to the increasing amount of knowledge accumulated thereby indicating the importance of investing in human capital to establish the economy as a social institution for a competitive advantage on a global . In economic theory, physical capital is one of the three main factors of production, along with human capital and land/natural resources. It consists of .
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Shows that a knowledge-based economy and the remarkable expansion of the service sector make human capital cen- tral to labour productivity and growth. This factor is combined with others, such as technological innovation, physi- cal investment, especially in information and communications technologies, work organisation and modern methods.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fuente, Angel de la. Human capital in a global and knowledge-based economy. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, © The knowledge economy addresses how education and knowledge, that is, "human capital," can serve as a productive asset or business product to.
In the framework of knowledge-based economy, the highly skilled human capital is considered to play a critical role in economic development (de la Fuente. The knowledge economy (or the knowledge-based economy) is the use of knowledge to create goods and services.
In particular, it refers to a high portion of skilled workers in the economy of a locality, country, or the world, and the idea that most jobs require specialized particular, the main personal capital of knowledge workers is knowledge, and many knowledge worker jobs require.
dynamic knowledge-based economy in the world. On the basis of a review of the relevant academic literature, we reach the following broad conclusions.
First, investment in human capital contributes significantly to productivity growth. Second, there is clear evidence that human capital plays a key role in fostering technological change and.
The formation of human capital--the knowledge, skills, and health that people accumulate over their lifetimes--is critical for the six Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries.
Human capital contributes not only to human development and employment but also to the long-term sustainability of a diversified economic growth model that is knowledge. Human Capital and Economic Growth A. Human Capital and Economic Performance in the Long Run: Escaping Malthus According to many economic historians, real wages in Europe were stagnant from at least to about (AllenClarka, b).
As can be seen in. Since the World Economic Forum has annually published its Global Human Capital Report, which includes the Global Human Capital Index (GHCI). In the edition, countries are ranked from 0 (worst) to (best) according to the quality of their investments in human capital.
Norway is at the top, with World Bank Human Capital Index. Most business people think of economics in terms of growth, interest rates, and inflation. This book is unique in that it focuses on the economic impact of knowledge-based growth in order to provide business people with a bigger picture of the knowledge management case.
Human Capital Theory: As the global economy shifts towards more knowledge based sectors (e.g., the manufacture of ICT based services, R&D) skills and human capital development becomes a central issue for policy makers and practitioners engaged in economic development, both at the national and regional levels (OECD, ).
This book addresses how economic spaces dynamically change within the context of the global knowledge-based economy. Specifically, it centers the discussion on integrated views of understanding and conceptualizing dynamic changes of global economy under the global megatrends of globalization, knowledge-based economy, information society, service world, climate change, and population aging.
Angel de la Fuente, "Human Capital in a global and knowledge-based economy, part II: assessment at the EU country level," Working Pap Barcelona Graduate School of Economics. Handle: RePEc:bge:wpaper The Oxford Handbook of Human Capital provides an authoritative, inter-disciplinary, and up-to-date survey of relevant concepts, research areas, and applications of human capital.
In other words, as the economy has developed the concept of human capital has also broadened to include a greater variety of skills and traits of capital.
Since the s/70s, human capital has become a more popular economic concept as the emerging ‘ knowledge economy ‘ makes greater use of a wider range of human capital.
Various observers describe today’s global economy as one in transition to a ‘knowledge economy’, or an ‘information society’.
But the rules and practices that determined success in the industrial economy of the 20th century need rewriting in an interconnected world where resources such as know-how are more critical than other economic resources. Human capital becomes increasingly important as we move deeper into a knowledge-based economy.
Human resource management plays a pivotal role in the acquisition, development and retention of human. Innovative Human Capital as a Core Strategy towards an Innovation-Led Economy: Malaysian Perspective: /ch For the past decade, Malaysia has transformed considerably in its landscape, politics, outlook, economics, and social progress.
It has developed from a. Downloadable. This document is a report prepared for for the DG for Employment and Social Affairs of the European Commission. It surveys the available evidence on the contribution of investment in human capital to aggregate productivity growth and on its impact on wages and other labour outcomes at the individual level.
It also draws some tentative policy conclusions for an average European. Human capital displays an intrinsic talent, which can both change or moderate itself and other inputs.
This characteristic leads to the perpetual dynamism of economy (Menzies, ). Human capital refers to knowledge, education, work competence, and psychometric evaluations (Namasivayam & Denizci, ). Matters of economic of growth and decline hinge on the population. This is called human capital, and to truly understand the world, we must understand the role that populations play in an economy's growth or decline.
This article will help you understand how human capital reshapes an economy.HUMAN CAPITAL AND ITS MEASUREMENT KWON, DAE-BONG 1. Introduction Recent challenges such as globalization, a knowledge-based economy, and technological evolution, have promoted many countries and organizations to seek new ways to maintain competitive advantage.
In. In the human economy, the most valuable workers will be hired hearts. In his book The Effective Executive, This post is part of a series leading up to the Global Drucker Forum.