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Formation of the post-industrial relations, new level of accumulation of a labor resource involves its transformation in the human capital. Most of scientists distinguish intensive development of technical process, decrease in a role of production of goods that promotes decrease in its share in a total public product, rapid development of service trade and telecommunications, transformation of motives and activity of the human capital, broad application of new types of resources, and also modification of the social sphere as key signs of post-industrial society. In its turn, scientists note that formation of post-industrial society was at the end of the 70s-the beginning of the 80s, however some of its tendencies were characteristic of the post-war period, for example, such as dynamics of employment caused by domination of service trade over production of goods. As a result, the human capital leaves production, becoming in one row directly with production, carrying out the controlling and regulating functions, using own creative potential, dominating over means of production that promotes decrease in economic dependence of property on means of production in activity of society. Today the human capital plays a key role in increase in level of competitiveness of the region, acting as some kind of certain new factor of production, caused by labor process of transformation of social and economic system and regional disproportions, first of all, in connection with underestimation of a role of the human capital in development of the region. Therefore, improvement of regional economy in total with further modernization of society, the development of national economy caused by a post-industrial stage, is possible only on the basis of revision of the relations of authorities, and also due to increase in investments to the social spheres exerting impact on development of the human capital.


region economy; quality of human capital; driving forces; capacity of territory; innovative mechanisms

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