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2007, iss. 17, pp. 19-30
Knowledge as intellectual capital
Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade
Abstract
The paper presents a comparative analysis of the investments earmarked for research and education, and the results achieved in the world and in Serbia. The analysis produced the following results: In order to become a competitive economy, based on knowledge, Serbia has to increase investment in research and development, and also to invest in general raising of the level of education by building a modern education system harmonized with the European Union standards, and to apply knowledge through innovations. This is the only way in which Serbia could get a status of modern economy with good performances.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Paper
published in SCIndeks: 03/12/2007