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System diagnostics of the human capital state of the Russianregions: conceptual approach and assessmentresults

By Inessa Alexandrovna Gurban and Anatoliy Leonidovich Myzin

Abstract

The paper outlines evolution of human capital theory. It provides a methodological approachfor measuringthe level of human\ud capital development in the regions of Russian Federation. The approach suggested enables to determine the qualitative state of human\ud capital in each region, to find out the reasons underpinning the current situation, to asses regions’ contribution to the overall national\ud human capital, to develop someindividual approach to forming another quality human capital and its managing foreach territory. The\ud methodology afforded theinstrumentwarebased on the qualimetricanalysis, whichuses the natural estimates (indicators) of an object. A\ud system of indicators simulating the human capital state puts forward the following modules: demographic, educational, labor, research\ud and sociocultural. The tool offered allows differentiation of the Russian regions into the levels of human capital state. The 2011 rating of\ud Russian regions according to the human capital state is given

Topics: the human capitals theory, indicative analysis, the human capital statein the regions of Russian Federation, social and economic development, Regional economics. Space in economics, HT388
Publisher: Institute of economics of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Year: 2012
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