Development of a National HRD Strategy Model Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • National human resource development (NHRD) literature describes the importance of developing human resources at the national level and presents several models. These models are primarily concerned with the national contexts of developing and underdeveloped countries. In contrast, the NHRD models in the non-HRD literature focus primarily on developed countries. Both types of models describe NHRD strategies with little analytical attention to the larger societal context, which the authors argue has a deep influence on the trajectory of NHRD practices in developing countries. The authors traced the evolution of NHRD strategies through an in-depth analysis of two emerging economiesIndia and China. Through comparative analysis, this study identifies similarities and differences in the emergence of NHRD strategy and develops a model that provides an enriched perspective on the dynamic process of NHRD strategy development.

published proceedings

  • Human Resource Development Review

altmetric score

  • 3.75

author list (cited authors)

  • Alagaraja, M., & Wang, J.

citation count

  • 33

complete list of authors

  • Alagaraja, Meera||Wang, Jia

publication date

  • December 2012