The role of socialization of human capital development in global competition conditions

Myroslava Bublyk, Alyona Shakhno


The article deals with the issues of socialization of human capital development. The emphasis is placed on the fact that modern globalization puts forward new demands on the person from the point of view of its educational level, acquired competences, mobility, since the "human factor" is a key element of a new model of post-industrial development. Accents are shifted from "economic rights" to "social rights". In the conditions of globalization of national economies, the key factor in the economic growth of any country is the formation of a highly developed and competitive human capital. Unlike other types of resources, human creative abilities are the core of the innovative potential of the individual and are inexhaustible in nature. The problem under investigation is particularly popular for Ukraine in view of the current geopolitical and socio-economic transformation.

In the article the modern specificity of development of human capital in the conditions of economic socialization and under the influence of global tendencies is considered. The main quantitative indicators of human capital development, changes in the structure of employment, the level of state support of the educational sphere and scientific researches are analyzed, and their trend models are constructed. The place of Ukraine according to the indicator of human development index among other countries of the world is determined. The SWOT analysis of the educational system of Ukraine is provided, which gives an opportunity to assess the existing situation and the prospects for its improvement.

The mechanism of the influence of socialization on the formation of qualitative human capital is formed and graphically reflected. The basic problems of reproduction of human capital are determined and a set of measures aimed at increasing the efficiency of its use and development is proposed, among which: development of an innovative model of the state policy of development of human capital; involvement of the private sector in the process of investing in human development; optimization of the mechanism of distribution of public funds allocated to education; increasing the accessibility and adaptation of educational services in accordance with market requirements; the inclusion in international programs of quality assessment and competitiveness of human capital, etc.


human capital; socialization; education; employment; national economy; state; globalization

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