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Proceedings of the International Conference on Human and Economic Resources

  • Oguz Esen
    ()

    (Izmir University of Economics)

  • Ayla Ogus
    ()

    (Izmir University of Economics)

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This volume consists of papers presented at First Coonference in Economics co-organized by Izmir Univeristy of Economics and the State University of New York at Cortland on May 24-25, 2006 in Izmir, Turkey. The theme of the conference is "Human and Economic Resources".Human and Economic Resources are high on the economic agenda of most leading economies. No doubt, this is due to the strong relationship between Human and Economic Resources and growth and welfare. Papers presented cover issues such as quality of basic education, improvement of labor market information and analysis, enhancing skills in key sectors including small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), mobility of skilled persons, enhancing quality, productivity, efficiency of the labor force and the workplace, strengthening cooperation to support trade and investment liberalization.

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This book is provided by Izmir University of Economics in its series Proceedings of the IUE-SUNY Cortland Conference in Economics with number 2006 and published in 2006.
ISBN: 978-975-8789-09-2
Handle: RePEc:izm:iuecor:2006
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