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    Title: Managing Human Resource Policy for Sustainability of Developing Country
    Authors: Batchuluun, Amrita;Lin, Joung Yol;Wu, Tain-Fung
    Contributors: 淡江大學全球政治經濟學系
    Keywords: Human Resource Policy;Mobilization;Sustainable Development;Mongolia
    Date: 2010-11
    Issue Date: 2013-04-11
    Publisher: Sudbury: Ontario International Development Agency
    Abstract: The paper aims to investigate human resource policy and system within one of the developing Asian countries, Mongolia, how to manage and mobilize it toward to sustainable development of the country. Nowadays Mongolian economy very much affected by agriculture and mining. Indeed, micro entrepreneurs and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) play increasingly an important role on balanced development of the regions, creation of new jobs and seedbeds for innovation. Study raises a question how to ensure an efficient human resource policy that will impact in the long run nevertheless to prevent from poverty and enhance the effectiveness of growth strategy of the country. Findings indicate that there are weak human resource strategies that influenced by inconsistency of professional and vocational trainings and a weak educational system. It needs more creative and innovative work in order to reach community in different regions, unleash their capacities and recognize their contribution to national sustainable development. Thus a paper identify and analyze the main difficulties while examines human resource system, current legal framework, communication and relationship between programs and projects implemented by government agencies and international organizations furthermore tries to find the best solution. The paper provides a unique platform for policymakers to mobilize human resource system that enables to respond to market demand.
    Relation: OIDA International Journal of Sustainable Development 2(4), pp.67-76
    Appears in Collections:[全球政治經濟學系] 期刊論文

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