The Russian Specificity of Developing Process of the Disbalance in Structure of the Individual Human Capital

Tatyana Vladimirovna Kasaeva, Svetlana Viktorovna Anufrienko, Rud Natalya Yurevna, Kiseleva Natalya Nikolaevna

Abstract


At present in the international scientific community one speaks more persistently about necessity of social investments developing which are associated with accumulation of the human capital. Reproduction of the human capital becomes a part of “present – future” problematic with key problems of public necessity and balance of investments into the physical, social and individual human capita. Transformational imperatives, coming out in concrete historical conditions, every time impose certain specificity on social and economic relations which comes out not only in country dynamics of processes but also in the alternative and unstable character of transformation, its nonlinearity, and also in specific "transitive" forms of public relations. Especially actual for the Russian economy at the moment is the analysis of adequacy extent of these transformations to problems of development of the Russian society. In this article the authors concentrated their attention on studying of the imperative of reproduction of the individual human capital and revealing the reasons of the disbalance in the structure of the human capital in the Russian economy. Authors come to the conclusion that the origin of the disbalance between structural elements of the human capital in Russia is connected with a phase of use of manpower. The carried out research showed that the Russian economic system defined with the “bureaucratic capitalism” definition, demonstrates inability to effective reproduction of the human capital in its unity of individual, corporate and national levels owing to objective directivity of processes control mechanisms to the solution of formal but not substantial problems.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n5s2p405


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