Outram & Havelock's Persian Campaign by George Henry Hunt

By George Henry Hunt

This Elibron Classics version is a facsimile reprint of a 1858 version by means of G. Routledge & Co., London.

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They even have to evaluate the results of their operations. A focus on more innovation and creativity and an emphasis on critical thinking over memorization have emerged as clear goals in a global race for better education quality. Certainly, young Asians see these as priorities. Their sentiments are perhaps in line with a backlash against the controversial book by Chinese-American author Amy Chua, a selflabeled “Tiger Mother,” who made a case for Asian-style parenting that emphasizes discipline and rote learning.

If one were to contrast this with Western countries, their cultures and values are less rigid, and thus the population tends toward individuality. This may lead to more originality in creative thinking. This is not to say that Asia does not have individuals who are innovative. These individuals may be statistical outliers. Besides government involvement and investment, private-sector resources and expertise can also help improve education quality. Ang, of the Philippines, writes: Development in human capital can be achieved through national governments’ ability to engage in partnerships with private foreign investors in R&D, technological innovation, and training.

Thanks to political instability, industries have not been able to flourish. The unemployed manpower that remained had no option but to go to foreign countries to earn money and help their families. Statistics show that around 1,000 people leave Nepal daily to look for work elsewhere. This may not be an entirely bad thing, however. ”15 Indeed, writes Ang, of the Philippines: Migration has brought in two seemingly contradictory consequences among developing countries: human capital deficit as effectuated in brain drain, and economic development through remittances.

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