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Воспроизводство человеческого капитала в Беларуси
Reproduction of the human capital in Belarus

Author(s): Irina Kolesnikova
Subject(s): Socio-Economic Research
Published by: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego
Keywords: Reproduction of the human capital; Mothers’ Index Ranking: Maternal Health; Children’s Well-being; Educational Status; Economic Status; Political Status; Maternal Mortality Rate; Infant Mortality Rate

Summary/Abstract: The basis of sustainable development and ensuring socs’ Index Ranking: Maternal Health, Children’s Well-being, Educational Status, Economic Status, Political Status; Maternal Mortality Rate; Infant Morio-economic security is an economybased on knowledge. Improving the process of reproduction of human capital is essential to carryout in three ways: production, storage and implementation of “human capital”. An analysis of thedemographic situation in the country allows us to conclude about the complexity of the solutionof demographic problems. This is due to lack of natural population growth and “human capital”.Qualitative growth “human capital” is required on the basis of economic, social and professionaldevelopment of the person, continuous training, update their knowledge throughout their workinglife. A number of indicators characterize the effectiveness of the reproduction of the human capitalof individual countries.Mothers’ Index Ranking is a complicated figure. It takes into account both “child” and “parent”medical components, as well as the educational, economic and political status of women in society.Therefore, Belarus has overtaken the United States, Japan and some highly developed countries. Thisindicator makes it possible to look at the situation more widely than in the material dimension, suchas GDP per capita.Each country has a chance to express themselves in other dimensions.Gender Inequality Index provides insight into the gender gap in key sectors of human development.Index allows to identify those industries that require critical political interference. The CPIbuilds public policies to overcome the systematic oppression of women.

  • Issue Year: 2017
  • Issue No: 51
  • Page Range: 191-203
  • Page Count: 13
  • Language: Russian