Human Capital Policy in Science and Technology
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Human capital is the productive wealth embodied in labor, skills, and knowledge of science and technology. The terminology for policies covering human capital policy varies in countries. They are often called science and technology policy, research and innovation policy, or higher education, science, and innovation policy. Common for all is that they include set of beliefs and practices designed and implemented to stimulate the production of scientific and technological knowledge in order to realize the ideal of progress and welfare in countries.
Globalization and Accountability of Public Investments in Science and Technology
Over the past three decades, the policy map directing science and technology has...
KeywordsHuman Capital Policies Human Capital Development Strategy Long-term Economic Success Innovation Policy Entrepreneurship Education
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