THE EFFORT OF THE ACADEMIC MOBILITY ON KNOWLEDGE ECONOMIC IN THE WORLD

Bushra Masri

Abstract


Since the beginning of the 21st century, conventional industry has changed to a small industry based on knowledge economy. Entire industries have been replaced by industries based on computer systems, and the development of human capital that operates the entire economy of knowledge has become a precious tool for every country. This paper analyzes the effects of academic mobility on the knowledge economy and examines the great contribution of mobility to developing countries and the world.

 

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academic mobility, knowledge economic, OECD, GDP, low tech

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejsss.v0i0.162

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