The Role of Education in Formation of Knowledge Economy

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Tetiana Chumachenko & Olena Hladun (2016). The Role of Education in Formation of Knowledge Economy. Mechanics, Materials Science & Engineering Vol.6, pp. 219-222, doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.4242.7125

Authors: Tetiana Chumachenko, Olena Hladun

ABSTRACT. The article describes conceptual basis of education system for knowledge economy. Using analytical method, the theoretical aspects of the role of education in formation of innovative economy were studied. It sets out the tasks education system facing based on the knowledge of the new format. It determines key skills required for preparation of highly skilled specialists for labour market – professional qualities and competence, the basis of effective management and entrepreneurial skills.

Keywords: knowledge economy, knowledge, education system, innovative economy, competence, professional qualities, creativity

DOI 10.13140/RG.2.1.4242.7125

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