Institutional Effects on Skill Creation: A Comparison of Management Development in the U.S. and Germany

May 31, 1995
David Finegold and Brent Keltner explain that changes in requirements for competitive success in the global economy have led political economists to devote greater attention to shifts in corporate strategy and differences in education and training, primarily for production workers, across the industrialized countries.

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