Human Resource Development in New Nuclear Energy States

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on December 10, 2012

Human Resource Development in New Nuclear Energy States: Case Studies from the Middle East, by John P. Banks, Kevin Massy and Charles K. Ebinger

  • “With the United Arab Emirates, Jordan, and Turkey all continuing pursuit of civil nuclear energy programs, the Middle East is likely to play host to the first newcomer civil nuclear energy states of the 21st century. After a long hiatus, the likely entry of several new states into the global nuclear power sector presents a number of unprecedented challenges. To meet these challenges, it is essential that new nuclear energy states develop the institutional and human capacity to run their programs competently and sustainably. Against this backdrop, this paper assesses human resource development (HRD) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Jordan, and Turkey against these two criteria.”
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