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Education and Human Capital Development to Strengthen R & D Capacity in ASEAN

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  • Tereso S. Tullao, Jr.

    (De La Salle University)

  • Christopher James Cabuay

    (De La Salle University)

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This Policy Brief raises some policy issues regarding the capacity of the ASEAN region’s education system in producing knowledge capital as it looks into the opportunities and challenges faced by the sector. This is critical for ASEAN to enable it to attain its quest to be a base for innovation. Among the issues that ASEAN has to confront in achieving this goal relate to the development of financing schemes for various types of education, improvement in the level of investments in research and development, and revisit of the way teaching is conducted in the 21st century, especially in certain disciplines crucial to engendering innovation for growth and development.

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  • Tereso S. Tullao, Jr. & Christopher James Cabuay, 2014. "Education and Human Capital Development to Strengthen R & D Capacity in ASEAN," Working Papers PB-2014-01, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA).
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