Digital Competence in the Visegrád Countries

Juhász, Tímea ORCID:, Horváth, Annamária, Kálmán, Botond Géza ORCID: and Tóth, Arnold ORCID: (2021) Digital Competence in the Visegrád Countries. In: Reproduction of Human Capital – Mutual Links and Connections (RELIK 2021). Vysoká škola ekonomická v Praze, Prague, pp. 308-320. . ISBN 9788024524290

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One of the key competences today is digital competence. This competence plays a role not only in our work, but also in our daily lives. There is no part of our lives in which the importance of digital competence does not appear. Its significance has been extremely scaled up by the covid pandemic and the challenges generated thereby. The European Union has been investigating for years how its member states utilize possibilities being offered by digitalization, both in private life and in the workplace. The current study is examining V4 countries (Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Czech Republic) from this perspective, on the one hand, building on the DESI index being provided by the EU, and by means of analyzing Eurostat statistics. The results of the research demonstrate that although V4 countries are behind in this question from several aspects, there are multiple areas where exploiting the possibilities offered by the digital space is already functioning.

Item Type:Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords:DESI index, digital competence, labor market
JEL classification:O35 - Social Innovation
Subjects:Human resource management
Information economy
Knowledge economy, innovation
ID Code:9778
Deposited By: MTMT SWORD
Deposited On:02 May 2024 08:59
Last Modified:02 May 2024 08:59

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