Competing with labour: skills and competitiveness in developing countries
Development Policies Dept., International Labour Office, 1999 - Business & Economics - 54 pages
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The New Context for Competitiveness
Skill Formation in Developing Countries
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Annex Table Argentina Asian Brazil cent China Colombia comparative advantage compete complex costs Cote d'lvoire developing countries developing world Development Policies Department education and training efficient employees employment engineering Enrolment Ratios enterprise training factor firms formal education growth rates high technology products high-tech higher Hong Kong human capital important improvement income India Indonesia industrial policy industrialised intensive investment Japan Korea Korea and Taiwan labour Lall Latin America Malaysia market failures mature NIEs mature Tigers Mexico numbers organisation percent Philippines programmes relevant Resource based role sector significant Singapore skill creation skill development skill levels skill needs skills and capabilities skills and technology South Africa specialised SSA1 SSA2 strategy structure Sub-Saharan Africa Taiwan Province technical subjects technological effort technological learning technology exports tertiary enrolments Tertiary technical enrolment Thailand TNCs trade training system Transition economies variable workers world markets