TITLE

Human Capital in the Republic of Belarus

AUTHOR(S)
Sokolova, G.; Ermakov, V.
PUB. DATE
January 2005
SOURCE
Sociological Research;Jan/Feb2005, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p77
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports that in the noosphere stage of the development of a society that has a socially oriented economy of the market type, the productive forces of human beings are realized in the form of intellectual capital, which represents a certain store of culture and health that has taken shape in the form of investments and been accumulated by human beings, a store of scientific and educational knowledge and motives that is put to wise use in some sphere of social production or other and that contributes to the growth of the productivity and quality of people's labor, and, in this way, leads to the growth of individual and societal well-being. The HPDI level for each country shows how far it still has to go in order to accomplish the goals that have been set by the world community: an average life span of eighty-five years, equal access to education for all, and a decent income level for the population. And each country chooses its own ways of accomplishing these goals, realizing the productive powers of human beings in the form of human capital in different ways.
ACCESSION #
15808767

 

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