Occupational Knowledge Utilities in International Business and Economics
Opie Dawson, Jay Kang
Internet occupational knowledge utilities (OKUs) can aid nations in international trade in applying fair means to improve their comparative advantage. For this purpose properly developed OKUs can provide the knowledge base needed to: • Enhance a nation’s productivity through improved training of its workforce. • Enhance the growth of mall business – a powerful source of innovation in all industries. • Cut costs and increase markets through use of automation technology and E-commerce. • Enhance capital investment through the action of the above activities. We present the need, solution, conceptual schema, technology, funding and motivation required in the development of such OKUs.