Assessment of the impact of human capital on economic growth
N. V. Suvorov (),
A. V. Suvorov,
V. G. Grebennikov,
V. N. Ivanov,
E. E. Balashova and
O. N. Boldov
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N. V. Suvorov: Russian Academy of Sciences
A. V. Suvorov: Russian Academy of Sciences
V. G. Grebennikov: Russian Academy of Sciences
V. N. Ivanov: Russian Academy of Sciences
E. E. Balashova: Russian Academy of Sciences
O. N. Boldov: Russian Academy of Sciences
Studies on Russian Economic Development, 2016, vol. 27, issue 5, 495-509
Abstract This paper presents updated figures on the dynamics of human capital in the Russian economy. Time series of human capital are obtained for major types of economic activity that cover up to 85–90% of the total human capital in the Russian economy for 1992–2012. An analysis of the impact of accumulated human capital on economic dynamics is performed by means of the production function model. An original approach to assessing the production function based on the method of principal components is introduced.
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