Our Work on Knowledge-economies and Skills in Africa is Cited by UN Initiative

Saturday, August 4, 2012
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Our work on knowledge-based economies and skill formation is cited in a report by GESCI, established by the United Nations ICT Task, and funded by Irish Aid, Sida, SDC, and Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland. Speaking of our institutionalist approach, the report states “There is a demand for profound rethinking of the role of education and training systems and constituent actors inclusive of leadership actors to adapt and respond to skill demands of employers, technological progress and macro trends for knowledge-based socio-economic development (Schwalje, 2011).”

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