Investments in Human Capital in Romania
Manole, Madalina Cosmina
Dăscăleanu, Cristina Georgiana
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The human capital represents the most important investment made both by state and companies and also individually for the education and development of skills, knowledge, qualifications and capabilities of individuals, in order to obtain various incomes from certain economic activities. Both the expenses made for education and long term benefits influence the value of the investment in education. The analysis performed on the Romanian economy shows that between the educational level and the income, there is a positive relationship as the one, that numbers are showing with no doubt, between the manpower occupancy and the education period (the amount of investments in human capital). Therefore, the analysis of the Romanian labor market shows that the most affected by unemployment are the individuals with a modest education level while persons with a university degree suffer less from this phenomenon.
- 2012 fascicula1 nr3