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The Role of Employers and Higher Education Institutions in Promoting a Sustainable and Healthy Economic Education

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  • Maria Mancas

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The major benefit of a sustainable economic society is a society of healthy people! At this point, entities and higher education institutions must ensure (by the steps, decisions and the strategies they implement) a healthy balance between the offer- request, in order to prevent, to mitigate, to solve nonproductive behavior (failed communication) and to create , to emit productive behavior (successful communication). An economic society (in this case,talking about the partnership between business units and higher education institutions) can be a sustainable and a healthy one only if it will realize the need for a smart education both in an academic as well as in the labour field. At an organizational policy level, institutional, at a level of communication and behavior, this could mean: generating a „Yes" type of culture , an institutional support, a promotion of values, psychologic safety, prevention of resignation and several other measures that are imposed to be taken by an employer / offeror, in order to prevent good employee resignation / good student expulsion etc.

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  • Maria Mancas, 2017. "The Role of Employers and Higher Education Institutions in Promoting a Sustainable and Healthy Economic Education," Fostering Knowledge Triange in Moldova: 2017 Conference Proceedings,, Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova, Centre for Studies in European Integration.
  • Handle: RePEc:tkp:fktm17:139-146
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