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Specific Features of Investment in Human Capital in the Postmodern Society

Valentyna Khachatrian (), Tetiana Pavlyuk (), Halyna Pohrishchuk (), Nataliia Dobizha (), Svitlana Bezchotnikova () and Larysa Osipova ()
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Valentyna Khachatrian: Vinnitsia Institute of Trade and Economics of Kiev National University of Trade and Economics, Vinnitsia, Ukraine
Tetiana Pavlyuk: Vinnitsia Institute of Trade and Economics of Kiev National University of Trade and Economics, Vinnitsia, Ukraine
Halyna Pohrishchuk: Vinnytsia Educational and Research Institute of Economics, West Ukrainian National University, Vinnytsia, Ukraine
Nataliia Dobizha: Vinnytsia Educational and Research Institute of Economics, West Ukrainian National University, Vinnytsia, Ukraine
Svitlana Bezchotnikova: Mariupol State University, Mariupol, Ukraine
Larysa Osipova: Vinnitsia Institute of Trade and Economics of Kiev National University of Trade and economics, Vinnitsia, Ukraine

Postmodern Openings, 2022, vol. 13, issue 1Sup1, 184-197

Abstract: The article deals with theoretical aspects of human capital, features of human capital, problems and prospects of human capital in modern conditions. Problems and challenges of ontology and functioning of human capital in postmodern society are outlined. The current state of investment in the reproduction of human capital and its development was assessed. One of the ways to increase human capital is to invest in people, their health and education. The article substantiates the role and importance of investments in human capital at the family level. The sharp increase in interest in the creative abilities of a person and in the ways of their formation and development confirm the obtained results. The international significance of the article lies in the objectification of the problems of human capital in developing countries (using the example of Ukraine), taking into account the global industrial, cultural and social context. In order to optimize human capital management on the verge of the postmodern and post-post era, these research results can help in the development of scientific, public and government programs and activities.

Keywords: human creativity; postmodern society; investment in people; their health and education; development prospects; human capital at the family level; human capabilities; creative abilities of the person (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: H0 I2 O0 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2022
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DOI: 10.18662/po/13.1Sup1/421

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