Category: ICTs & the development of human and social capital

Human Capital & Technical Skills (A Case Study on Myanmar’s)

Education plays a vital role in the realization of ecological human resource development programmes of any nation.  The fast changing technical improvement of information and communication technology has changed the way the world connect and is therefore a requirement for Myanmar’s human development (UNDP 2013) in all grounds. More...
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How human and social capitals collectively help drive growth and development?

In 1964, Becker describes human capital as the skills and knowledge that make individuals productive similar to the physical capital to invest in ones’ knowledge and the skills for its future return on that investment. Knowledge however can have important implications for the long-term sustainability of firms. Researcher Tanner...
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Population growth, food crisis & poverty

Although population growth is the basis for development and investment; it also contributes to the increasing pressure on scarce resources and necessary constructions that impact on the environment....
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