DOMINANTS OF DEVELOPMENT AND REPRODUCTION OF HUMAN CAPITAL AS A STRATEGIC COMPONENT OF CHANGE

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  Nadiia Benko

Abstract

The subject of the study is the conceptual, theoretical, methodological and applied provisions of state regulation of development and reproduction of human capital for the national economic system management. Methodology. General scientific methods were used in the research process. The method of comparison was used for generalizing the approaches of different researchers on the main dominants of development and reproduction of human capital. Analysis was used to determine the quantitative and qualitative parameters of the dominants of human capital. Syn-thesis was used to determine the methodological principles of labour market regula-tion and human capital development. Induction and deduction were used for deter-mining approaches to the main dominants of human capital. The aim of the article is to generalize various approaches to the main dominants of development and reproduction of human capital on different bases and purposes, to develop a modern theoretical basis for the development of human capital in the country’s economy. The results of the study have shown that to ensure the effectiveness of state regulation of the development and reproduction of human capital, it is necessary to create an appropriate social environment and conditions that promote the fullest use of knowledge and intellectual, creative potential of individuals. Conclusion. The composition of the bases and goals of the dominants of development and reproduction of human capital in Ukraine, in contrast to the existing one, should include labour market regulation policy, national model of combating unemployment, working capacity, cost of human capital and human development index. This will ensure investment, development and human capital management in Ukraine. Analysis of the methodological principles of labor market regulation and human capital development of the European Union and Ukraine, and problems of human capital development in Ukraine allowed us to conclude that they differ significantly. Their difference is explained by different levels of economic and social situation of countries and other factors, in particular the low speed of dissemination and implementation of progressive results of investment in education and science. The practical significance lies in increasing the scientific substantiation of theoretical provisions and practical measures to ensure the mechanism of state regulation of development and reproduction of human capital is in accordance with transformational changes in social relations and market conditions, processes of globalization.

How to Cite

Benko, N. (2021). DOMINANTS OF DEVELOPMENT AND REPRODUCTION OF HUMAN CAPITAL AS A STRATEGIC COMPONENT OF CHANGE. Baltic Journal of Economic Studies, 7(2), 28-36. https://doi.org/10.30525/2256-0742/2021-7-2-28-36
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Keywords

human capital, human potential, dominants of human capital, tools to promote employment, tools to promote human capital

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