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Strategic Landmarks of Educational Components in Formation of Intellectual Potential of the Region


  • Murashko Nikolay I.

    (Chernihiv Institute of Krut Heroes of the Interregional Academy of Personnel Management)

  • Nazarko Svetlana A.

    () (Ukrainian-Russian Institute (branch) in Chernihiv "Moscow State Open University named after V. S. Chernomyrdin")


The article considers the role of higher education in formation of intellectual potential of the region, identifies problems of its development and offers measures on their solution. It marks that intellectual potential of the region is formed and used under the influence of many factors, which determine specific features of its reproduction, namely: social, demographic, financial, information and communication, educational, scientific and technological, innovation, and infrastructural. The authors assume that the offered list of main components of intellectual potential is not exhaustive. It could be expanded both by means of inclusion of new elements (for example, some researchers speak about organisational potential) and by means of fragmentation of existing components (for example, fragmentation of the social factor into political, moral, media-capital and other components). The article covers main problems that make for disproportions between the level of education of workers and their competitiveness in the labour market. The authors offer specific proposals on elimination of the said disproportions.

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  • Murashko Nikolay I. & Nazarko Svetlana A., 2013. "Strategic Landmarks of Educational Components in Formation of Intellectual Potential of the Region," Business Inform, RESEARCH CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS of NAS (KHARKIV, UKRAINE), Kharkiv National University of Economics, issue 5, pages 129-134.
  • Handle: RePEc:idp:bizinf:y:2013:i:5:p:129_134

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