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Variability of Barriers in the Process of Development of Personal Qualities of Future Economists


  • Lysytsya Nadiya M.

    () (Kharkiv National University of Economics)

  • Byelikova Yuliya V.

    () (Kharkiv National University of Economics)


The goal of the article is to reveal barriers in development of personal qualities of graduates with economic specialties. The article studies groups of graduates with economic specialties depending on the degree of intensity of personal qualities; identifies socio-psychological barriers of graduates with economic specialties and their personal barriers; marks tendencies of demand on personal qualities of specialists in the labour market. The article develops further the analysis of consonance/dissonance of personal qualities of graduates with economic specialties and employers' requirements to them on the basis of questionnaire surveys of graduates with economic specialties and monitoring of the labour market, which allowed nomination of personal barriers in the sphere of economic education: autonomous barrier, diligence barrier, overvalued self-appraisal barrier, self-organisation barrier, leadership barrier and risk-readiness barrier. Analysis and comparison of tendencies of development of personal qualities of graduates and employers' requirements to them would ensure successful employment in accordance with their expectations and would allow increase of personal professional status in the process of career growth. Such studies form one of the directions of modernisation of modern higher education.

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  • Lysytsya Nadiya M. & Byelikova Yuliya V., 2013. "Variability of Barriers in the Process of Development of Personal Qualities of Future Economists," Business Inform, RESEARCH CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS of NAS (KHARKIV, UKRAINE), Kharkiv National University of Economics, issue 10, pages 351-356.
  • Handle: RePEc:idp:bizinf:y:2013:i:10:p:351_356

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