FORTHCOMING: From localization to building national capacity towards Qatar’s Vision 2030

Qatar's Vision 2030: from localization to national building capacityEditors:
Dr. Hend Abdalrahman AL-Muftah, Vice President of Administration and Finance, Doha Institute for Graduate Studies, Qatar
Prof. Allam Ahmed, Director, Middle Eastern Knowledge Economy Institute (MEKEI), United Kingdom

This book aims to significantly contribute to Qatar’s capacity building of its local nationals through its heavy investment and continuous reforms in education, training and labor market. More specifically, the objective of this book is to develop a process to identify and build the most significant capabilities required by Qatari nationals to achieve Qatar’s Vision 2030. In turn, it is excepted that this will help Qatar to develop and orient its future human capital in line with its vision of 2030.

This book is a flagship initiative to document the current settings of Qatar’s human development, mainly education, labour market and human resources and its affects, positively or negatively, on the capacity building of Qatar’s nation to lead and accomplish its vision of 2030. The book therefore puts together, for the first time, original and cutting-edge contributions aimed at illuminating and charting new directions for researching, teaching and understanding of this subject matter.

 

Call for Chapters
We invite submissions of book chapters for From localization to building national capacity towards Qatar’s Vision 2013.

In order to assess the suitability of submissions, authors are required to submit an abstract (100–150 words maximum) which concisely and clearly outlines the purpose, methodology, findings, contribution, limitation as well as practical implications (if applicable) of the chapter. Please consult the Guidelines for Authors before submitting your abstract/chapter.

Manuscripts, in the first instance, should be forwarded to:
Hend Abdalrahman AL-Muftah and Allam Ahmed ().

Deadline for abstract submission: 25 January 2016
Deadline for FULL paper submission: 15 March 2016

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