INFLUENCE OF GLOBALIZATION PROCESSES ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE FACTOR OF HUMAN CAPITAL

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List of sections: 
Social philosophy
Mounth / Year: 
2014, June
Issue of the journal: 
3
Pages: 
34-37
Type of the article: 
Scientific article
Abstract: 

The author considers the processes of globalization affecting all spheres of human life. The human capital phenomenon is one of the major components of the society based on knowledge in the context of globalization. The human capital phenomenon is material and intellectual component of life activity of people at the same time.

Keywords: 
globalization, society based on knowledge economics, human capital.
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