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Volume 12 article 269 pages: 11-18
Economic growth is of a crucial importance to the prosperity of a
society and its members and such growth is based on a good quality and
competent labour. Educated and skilled human resources are one of the key
factors to influence the positioning of a national economy in the international
community. A properly regulated educational system and availability of
education, as well as the “learning society" culture appear to be a
generator of economic, cultural and general social progress.
According to professor Zeljko Mrnjavac: Does Labour Disappear in the
Knowledge Based Economy?
Dusan M. Savicevic, Comparative andro- gagy, Institute for Pedagogy and Andragogy, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, Belgrade 2003, p.25
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Kristinka Ovesni, Education of Adult Educators, (European Experiences). Belgrade: Institute for Pedagogy and Andragogy, Faculty of Philosophy,
University of Belgrade, Belgrade 2001, p.13
Marc Luyckx Ghisy PhD, mathematician, philosopher and doctor of theology, Member of World Business Academy and Dean of Cotrzgli Business Academy.
Marc Luyckx Ghisy, Win-Win Strategy for the European Union in the Knowledge Society, Quantum 21 net. 2007, p. 1
Presidency Conclusions, Lisbon European Council, 23 and 24 March 2000
Radivoje Kulic - Miomir Despotovic, Introduction to Andragogy, Zenica, Dom stampe 2005, p.29
Sasa Milic Strategy of the adult interactive learning, Actual problems of adult educaton, Scientific Symposiums, Book 82, Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts 2007, p.90
The Treaty of Lisbon amending the Treaty on European Union and Treaty establishing the European Community 2007/C 306/01