Institutes Of Social Development And Their Efficiency Estimation
Estimation problems of social development institutes' efficiency, such as educational system and human capital are considered in the article. A number of social efficiency criteria is introduced together with the known approaches, models which expand interpretation of social efficiency and help consider institutional features and the effects of separate social systems organization, and, in particular, education, etc. are offered. The problems of social development are considered in terms of academic aspects, the author mentioning the stands which are considered poorly within the limits of certain criteria. Efficiency criteria of institutional systems are suggested and social effect estimation of innovative development is given.
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