Investments and development of human capital in the conditions of digitalization of economy

Antonina Trushlyakova


Introduction. Investments in human capital should be understood as the purposeful costs of developing an individual or group of people in cash or in any form. These can be the costs of public education, health, mobility or mobility, and so on. Expenditures on human development provide intellectual and professional development, increase productivity, contribute to the material support and information enrichment of each individual citizen and the population as a whole.

The purpose of the article is to study the provision of investment in human capital development in the context of digitalization of the economy.

Methods (methodology). The general scientific methods, in particular theoretical generalization - for construction of an algorithmic cycle of investing in development of human capital are applied in research; system economic analysis - for calculation of investment multiplier and indicators of investment accelerator in the national economy of Ukraine.

Results. Calculations have been made that have shown that the potential of investments in the economy of Ukraine as a driver of economic growth over the past 10 years is not used enough. Low multiplier indicators show that the role of investment as a driver of economic development is used at a very low level, which is on the one hand a consequence of the crisis in the economy under the influence of objective conditions (global economic crisis, military action, increasing risks of investing in long-term projects). ) and insufficiently effective domestic investment policy, namely the reduction of the role of the state as an activator and effective regulator of investment processes.


investments; global rating; human capital; human capital index; digitalization

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