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PN 2014-21: Establishing the Linkages between Human Resource Development and Inclusive Growth

The 21-member economies of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) have different levels of economic development and, in turn, differentiated stages of human resource development. Given this asymmetry, the benefits of complementation and learning from the experiences of economies that have achieved a certain degree of inclusive growth are worth exploring. This initiative can provide avenues for addressing the development gaps within the Asia-Pacific region, which can contribute to achieving inclusive growth. This Policy Note is an output of a research project on APEC 2015 commissioned by the Department of Foreign Affairs to the Philippine Institute for Development Studies. It discusses the linkages between human resource development and inclusive growth. It also provides policy recommendations on possible cooperative measures in human resource development for APEC member-economies.

Philippine Institute for Development Studies
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Tullao, Tereso Jr. S.; Cabuay, Christopher James; Hofilena, Daniel; education; human resource development; Philippines; higher education institutions (HEIs); inclusive growth;
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