A comparative study of Singapore and Finland form a human capital perspective
Al Azmi Bakar
Cheong, Clement Tak Leong
Han-Koh, Penny Lai Eng
Date of Issue2003
College of Business (Nanyang Business School)
This study compares and contrasts the human capital development strategies of both Finland and Singapore. Human capital is defined as anything that materially affects the size, productive capabilities, or the useful life of the workforce. The study starts with a comparison of the size and composition of the workforce of the two countries and macroeconomic indicators and trends.
Nanyang Technological University