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Region: Economics and Sociology

2022 year, number 1

HUMAN CAPITAL AS A CONCEPT FOR THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY OF THE REPUBLIC OF TATARSTAN

O.V. Laukart-Gorbacheva
Department of Ethnological Research, Sh. Marjani Institute of History, Tatarstan Academy of Sciences, Kazan, Russia
Keywords: human capital, human potential, socio-economic development strategy, content analysis, Tatarstan’s socio-economic development model, human capital development challenges and trends, flagship human capital accumulation projects

Abstract

One of the leading factors in the development and efficiency of the innovation economy is human capital. The competitiveness of a countrys economy directly depends on its ability to develop, preserve, and accumulate human capital. The economy of modern developed countries is primarily characterized by high quality and level of human capital and considerable investment in its development. The primary purpose of our research is to study human capital as a concept underlying the strategic guidelines of social and economic development of the Republic of Tatarstan. The law of the Republic of Tatarstan, On Approval of the Strategy for Socio-Economic Development of the Republic of Tatarstan until 2030, has been chosen as the fundamental information source. The research objectives are met by using content analysis as a qualitative-quantitative method of studying the content of text arrays. We apply two types of content analysis during the research: non-quantitative and quantitative. Based on non-quantitative content analysis, we construct a non-frequency model of the text content from the Republics strategy for socio-economic development in view of the human capital concept. On the other hand, quantitative content analysis allows us to record, describe in quantitative terms, and meaningfully interpret the categories most relevant for the study purposes: human capital, human potential, labor resources, and labor potential.