ОСОБЕННОСТИ ВОСПРОИЗВОДСТВА ЧЕЛОВЕЧЕСКОГО КАПИТАЛА В СОЦИАЛЬНОМ ИНСТИТУТЕ СЕМЬИ

Translated title of the contribution: FEATURES OF REPRODUCTION OF THE HUMAN CAPITAL IN THE SOCIAL INSTITUTION OF THE FAMILY

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Abstract

Subject / topic. The article deals with the problem of increasing the qualitytion of human capital on the basis of enhancing the role of the social institution of the family. The issues of socialization of young people and involving them in a motivated work. Purpose. The main purpose of the presentation material in this article we conclude, is to find methods to increase effi ciency chelovechesky potential on the basis of family relationships. Methodology. In this paper, the methods used: abstractstion, analysis and synthesis, analogy, dialectic method of induction and deduction, observation, generalization, objectivism, compare. Conclusions / relevance. In the context of the trends of aging and reduction of the country's population, the reform of the pension system creates a number of conditions on the one hand, contribute to the solution of the demographic problem, but on the other - has a multifactorial effect on the quality of human capital as a result of parental work. The article presents the possible approaches to solving this problem. Practical application of the results of this work will allow to rethink the approach to the concept of human resources, improving the socio-economic development of the Russian Federation.
Translated title of the contributionFEATURES OF REPRODUCTION OF THE HUMAN CAPITAL IN THE SOCIAL INSTITUTION OF THE FAMILY
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)167-172
Number of pages6
JournalМИР (Модернизация. Инновации. Развитие)
Volume6
Issue number2(22)
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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