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Is There a Link Between Competitiveness, Innovation Management and Human Resource Knowledge?

Elena Simciuc

from Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova, Centre for Studies in European Integration

Abstract: The paper studies the existing correlation between competitiveness, innovation and human resource knowledge by addressing the issue on how the last two factors influence the process of competitiveness development. The paper analyzes the meaning of the concept of competitiveness and how the development level of country’s competitiveness depends on the innovation, business environment, qualification and knowledge of human resources supported by favorable government policies for the society in general. The author used the following research methods: observation, document analysis and analysis of the quantitative and qualitative data. The conclusion is that the key factor to increase the competitiveness consists in the implementation degree of knowledge, innovation and technology by the economic agents.

Keywords: competitiveness; innovation management; innovation; knowledge; entrepreneurial sector. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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