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Regional Economics: Theory and Practice
 

A family's role in formation of human capital: a theoretical analysis

Vol. 12, Iss. 19, MAY 2014

Available online: 2 June 2014

Subject Heading: Social sphere

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Pages: 47-54

Antonenko V.V. Volgograd State University, Volgograd, Russian Federation
avv1@mail.ru

The article considers some certain provisions and results of the theoretical concepts and empirical researches dedicated to issues on formation of human capital of a child in a family of orientation. The author studies the works of both Western and Russian scientists. The paper defines the perspective directions of the domestic research of formation of human capital in a family, which is not developed well enough scientifically nowadays.

Keywords: human capital assets, children capital investment, capabilities formation, family costs, individual consumption, knowledge acquisition

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