High-tech investment and learning-by-doing: an alternative training strategy
Discusses the impact of high wages and investment strategies in physical and human capital on eastern Germany post unification. Introduces the concept of learning-by-doing as an externality of high quality investment. Provides some eclectic arguments in support of learning-by-doing effects which may be used to partly replace costly, publicly financed vocational training programmes.
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