Improving education due to the need to adapt it to the requirements of the economic development and of the labor market - issues of past history and contemporary features
Cornelia Nistor ()
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Cornelia Nistor: University of Bucharest, Faculty of Administration and Business, Bucharest, Romania
Manager Journal, 2015, vol. 22, issue 1, pages 128-141
Improving education has been and continues to be a necessary condition in any society. Education contributes to increase the level of civilization, to develop the individual personality, but also to increase the level of the economic development. Organization and subsequent reorganization of the Romanian education system has been pursuing desiring to adapt better it better to the labor market needs and to adapt it to the international education system. The management strategies which are applied in this area should be considered adapting it to the domestic and international labor market conditions to the new education methods and techniques, used at the international level. The new trends desiring to transform the economy into a green economy require increased investments in education, in order to train the specialists in new green areas.
Keywords: education; management of education; economic development; labor market; green economy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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