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The Global Race for Excellence and Skilled Labour: A Status Report

  • Ingo Rollwagen

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  • Tobias Renkin
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    In this context, higher education as well as research and development (R&D) have long since ceased to be purely the domain of the developed Western economies. Numerous regions of the world, some in the emerging markets in particular – the often-cited BRIC countries – are catching up in this segment. In this report an attempt done to determine systematic coordinates that define the development of knowledge, higher education and excellence of these efforts. [DB]. URL:[http://www.dbresearch.com/PROD/DBR_INTERNET_EN-PROD/PROD0000000000285883/The+global+race+for+excellence+and+skilled+labour%3A+A+status+report.pdf].

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