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Journal: The Journal CONTEMPORARY ECONOMY (Vol.1, No. 4)

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Page : 163-174

Keywords : human capital; education; quality; effectiveness; efficiency.;

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The empirical studies regarding the human capital, applied in countries with large populations (Argentina, Brazil Central and Eastern Europe) show the fact that the financial efforts have a risk to become vulnerable, in comparison with the result, according to three essential aspects: the low value of investments in human capital, on each inhabitant, or on each person with studies, risks to produce more frustration than positive effects on the labor market; the burden of a high taxation in the social-economic area, where the large majority of the population has a low standard of living, as well as in the business areas where the productivity of work is low, and loss of salary income and, on the other hand, to inhibit the accumulation and re-investments of profits; at the unit level, the orientation of investments in encourage of human capital and education, risk to bad to an unbalance between the qualitative –structural accumulation of physical capital and structural-qualitative accumulation of the human capital, especially on short term, that creates new tensions on the labor market, involving new expenses of professional reconversion of workforce.

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