Enforcing Nationalization in the GCC : Private Sector Progress , Strategy and Policy for Sustainable Nationalization
Source of Publication
Middle East Journal of Business
The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries have been continuously struggling to develop effective Nationalization strategies that will provide adequate government enforcement, training programs and employment opportunities for Nationals in the private sector industries. Yousef (2010) states one of the main problems related to this topic is that the GCC nations have many Nationals who are university graduates with BA, MBA or PhD degrees, yet they have little actual workplace knowledge and no job skills or work experience. Henderson (2011) states another problem is the GCC governments do not want to alienate multinational corporations by forcing them to hire Nationals who may not be qualified enough to fill their job vacancies.
Medi + World International
Hodgson, Sasha and Hanson, Darren, "Enforcing Nationalization in the GCC : Private Sector Progress , Strategy and Policy for Sustainable Nationalization" (2014). All Works. 1489.
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Green: A manuscript of this publication is openly available in a repository