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Modern Trends And Directions Of Human Capital Development


  • Mykola Butko

    (Chernihiv State Technological University)

  • Jeannà Deriy

    (Chernihiv State Technological University)


The authors consider the problems of significant people depopulation with low-quality characteristics of human capital, intensification of migration, irrational demographic structure, reduction of human development. The article shows that the main factors increasing of human capital in Ukraine are: the change in the labor market through improved qualification structure of the market; alignment of incomes of the population through the introduction of taxes on wealth and formation of welfare institutions; ensuring public health services through the introduction of health insurance; freedom for all-round development of personality.

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  • Mykola Butko & Jeannà Deriy, 2012. "Modern Trends And Directions Of Human Capital Development," Ukrainian Journal Ekonomist, Yuriy Kovalenko, issue 5, pages 32-34, May.
  • Handle: RePEc:uje:journl:y:2012:i:5:p:32-34

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