Problems and Prospects of Human Capital Development in Modern Russia

I.G. Kuznetsova, R.P. Bulyga, L.V. Rakhmatullina, S.V. Titova, R. A. Shichiyakh, R.A. Zakirov
International Journal of Economics and Business Administration, Volume VII, Issue 2, 164-175, 2019
EOI: 10.11220/ijeba.07.02.015
DOI: 10.35808/ijeba/224

Abstract:

Purpose: In the context of dynamically changing modern labor market there is a need to develop a model of congruence and correlation of the process of building professional competencies provided by educational standards. Design/Methodology/Approach: The study was performed using monographic, abstract logical, sociological and statistical methods. However, this approach does not imply the formation of supra-professional competencies, which generally predetermine the success of professional tasks performed by a specialist. Findings: The article discusses the role of human capital as a fundamental factor affecting the increase in the competitiveness of production. Practical implications: The study focusses on the most demanded competencies for the development of digital society. The authors have grouped countries by level of human capital use. Originality/Value: At present, the appropriate parameters for measuring professional and general cultural competencies have been adopted as a system for assessing the quality of education in general and the quality of specialist training.


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