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|Title:||Formation, accumulation and development of human capital in the modern conditions|
|Authors:||Titova, S. V.|
Surikov, Yu. N.
Voronkova, Olka Yu.
Skoblikova, T. V.
Safonova, I. V.
Shichiyakh, R. A.
|Keywords:||Human capital -- Russia|
Ethics -- Russia
Culture -- Russia
Values -- Russia
Reproduction -- Research -- Congresses
|Citation:||Titova, S. V., Surikov, Y. N., Voronkova, O. Y., Skoblikova, T. V., Safonova, I. V., & Shichiyakh, R. A. (2019). Formation, accumulation and development of human capital in the modern conditions. International Journal of Economics & Business Administration, 7(2), 223-230.|
|Abstract:||Purpose: The aim of the study is to identify trends in the formation of human capital. Design/Methodology/Approach: The theoretical and methodological basis of the research is the scientific works of domestic and foreign scientists in the field of labor economics, human capital and management. Historical, statistical, economic and social sources of information were used to approach the subject under modern conditions. Findings: It was revealed that in the rural and urban areas the reproduction of human resources is carried out at various rates. The demographic factors influencing the reproduction of labor resources in the Russian Federation were analyzed. Practical implications: The authors substantiated the conclusions that the existence of problems in the development of rural territories is the result of the insufficient effectiveness of the measures taken by state authorities in the agrarian sphere. Originality/Value: Recommendations were made to improve the efficiency of social and economic policy in rural areas, including an increase in government subsidies to social infrastructure facilities, including feldsher-obstetric items, objects of pre-school and school education and culture.|
|Appears in Collections:||IJEBA, Volume 7, Issue 2|
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