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Empirical research on creative human capital of family enterprises: A review based on sustainable development in Yangtze River Delta region of China

Publication Date Sep 1, 2011

Abstract

The article shows how to efficiently introduce creative human capital of family enterprises, resolve the troubles, and disclose its relationship with regional economic sustainable growth. And may find the relationship between regional economic growth and creative human capital is single-directional, the article also have the opinion that, to some extent, creative human capital of family enterprises improves the sustainable development of economic in Yangtze River Delta region of China.

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Regional Economic Growth Creative Capital Capital Of Enterprises Creative Human Capital Regional Human Capital Regional Growth Sustainable Development In Region Empirical Research Economic Growth Sustainable Development

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