Creating and sustaining economic growth through HR

@inproceedings{Chen2013CreatingAS,
  title={Creating and sustaining economic growth through HR},
  author={Haiming Chen and Ku-jun Lin and Yen-Lin Oscar Huang},
  year={2013}
}
With the rise of the knowledge economy, the importance of intellectual capital has grown. The concept of intellectual capital was raised by Galbraith in 1969, since when the market to book value of corporations around the world has increased dramatically. The implication of this phenomenon is that value creating factors have shifted from tangible assets to intangible ones. Thus, in order to create and sustain economic growth, there is a need for both scholars and practitioners to break down the… CONTINUE READING

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