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|Title:||Explaining Change in National HRD Strategies: The Case of Three Asian Tigers|
|Authors:||Ashton, David N.|
|Citation:||European Journal of Development Research, 2002, 14 (1), pp.126-144|
|Abstract:||In this article we argue that changes in the national human resource development policies of the three 'Tiger' economies of Singapore, Taiwan and S. Korea, are best explained by internal changes in the relationship between the state, capital and labour, rather than the impact of external factors. External factors are not without influence but of the two external sources of change operating at the international level, it is the underlying changes in the market that are more important than the actions of international agencies, such as the IMF, in explaining the incremental changes which can be observed in national HRD strategies.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, Centre for Labour Market Studies|
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