The Challenges of Increasing the Competitiveness of Human Capital in Public Institutions in Romania, in the Context of the Phenomenon of Globalization
Angela-Eliza Micu () and
Ramona Valentina Necula ()
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Angela-Eliza Micu: ,,Ovidiusâ€ University of Constanta
Ramona Valentina Necula: ,,Dunarea de Josâ€ University of Galati
Ovidius University Annals, Economic Sciences Series, 2019, vol. XIX, issue 2, 551-557
Between human capital - as a social investment and competitiveness - from the perspective of sustainable development, in the context of globalization, there is an indestructible relationship, taking into account the imperative of general global development and continuous efforts to protect the environment. The society, as a whole, is highly influenced by the ability of individuals to use their educational capital and to adapt their skills to the highly competitive external environment. In this respect, the managers of public institutions in Romania must face, on the one hand, the challenge given by the organizational engine, respectively the subordinate staff and on the other hand, the phenomenon of globalization, characterized by technological competitiveness, instability and competitive pressures. At the same time, the specialized literature draws on and demonstrates the link between education, human capital and competitiveness, and international organizations recognize the role of countries' economic competitiveness, creating hierarchies in this regard.
Keywords: performance; personnel management; competitiveness; decision making (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: L25 M12 D91 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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