Labour formation in small developing states
|Title||Labour formation in small developing states: a conceptual review|
|Abstract||Issues associated with personnel planning & human resource development in small developing states are examined. Labor formation in small states faces numerous major difficulties, eg: extreme economic sensitivity & changing labor markets; scarcity of high-level personnel; existence of boom & bust culture; & existence of contingent & opportunist pragmatism. Such features of microstates necessitate development of locally relevant curriculum materials & labor formation programs. In practice, however, small states - compelled by cosmopolitanism, the ease & temptation of copying the labor formation models of larger states, & the need to appear attractive in the international arena through conformity - often adopt labor formation practices & curriculum that are alien to their home environment. Home-grown, commonsense approaches to labor formation are needed. 101 References. D. Generoli.|
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