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2004 Realising Innovation and Human Capital Potential in APEC

2004 Realising Innovation and Human Capital Potential in APEC

PUBLICATION NUMBER
APEC#204-EC-01.2
YEAR
2004
PUBLISHED DATE
December 2004
TYPE OF PUBLICATION
Reports
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PAGES
130
ACCESSED
18897

 

Individual Files

  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • International Mobility of Highly-Qualified People in APEC
  • The Development of Industrial Clusters Towards a Knowledge-Based Economy
  • Acronyms



Description

The research contributions in this publication explore research and policy issues relating to two key drivers of growth in the new global economy – human capital and innovation. The first paper, ‘International Mobility of Highly-Qualified People in APEC’ examines the key issues surrounding the international mobility of highly-qualified people (HQP). The second paper, ‘The Development of Industrial Clusters towards a Knowledge-based Economy’ discusses the role of innovation and growth in the formation of an industrial cluster.




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INDIVIDUAL FILES

Individual Files

  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • International Mobility of Highly-Qualified People in APEC
  • The Development of Industrial Clusters Towards a Knowledge-Based Economy
  • Acronyms


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Description

The research contributions in this publication explore research and policy issues relating to two key drivers of growth in the new global economy – human capital and innovation. The first paper, ‘International Mobility of Highly-Qualified People in APEC’ examines the key issues surrounding the international mobility of highly-qualified people (HQP). The second paper, ‘The Development of Industrial Clusters towards a Knowledge-based Economy’ discusses the role of innovation and growth in the formation of an industrial cluster.

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