Building the knowledge society

Dempsey, Noel
March 2004
OECD Observer;Mar2004, Issue 242, p7
Academic Journal
Suggests that nations' search for competitive advantage in the global knowledge economy has led public policy-makers to focus on education as a key factor in strengthening competitiveness, employment and social cohesion. Increasing complexity of economies; Role of education in driving the technological changes required by companies; Role of the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development in assisting policy-makers.


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