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*  Oded Galor
From Physical to Human Capital Accumulation: Inequality in the Process of Development (with O. Moav), Review of Economic ... Galor has founded the field of Unified Growth Theory, which models the growth process over the entire history of the human ... the Emergence of Human-Capital Promoting Institutions, and the Great Divergence (with O. Moav and D. Vollrath), Review of ... He has also pioneered research on the interaction between human evolution and economic development. His latest research has ...
*  Economic history of Germany
This process was aided by a sharp increase in human and physical capital accumulation, a pro-growth government policy, and the ... The process of cartelization began slowly, but the cartel movement took hold after 1873 in the economic depression that ... Play media Physical capital in the occupied territories was destroyed by the war, insufficient reinvestment and maintenance, ... Schiller's chosen formula was Globalsteuerung, or global guidance, a process by which government would not intervene in the ...
*  Unified growth theory
In the modern growth state technological progress does not encourage population growth but human capital accumulation instead ... the emergence of human capital formation in the process of development, (iv) the onset of the demographic transition, (v) the ... to divert a larger share of the gains from factor accumulation and technological progress to the enhancement of human capital ... The theory further explores the dynamic interaction between human evolution and the process of economic development and ...
*  Preston curve
Healthier children spend more time at school and learn faster, thus acquiring more human capital which translates into higher ... there is evidence that more healthy individuals save more and thus contribute to the faster accumulation of physical capital of ... Diseases such as malaria can short circuit these processes. Likewise ...
*  Democracy and economic growth
Democracy is associated with higher human capital accumulation, lower inflation, lower political instability, and higher ... A process fostered by transformations of the social structure. However, others proclaim that it is those that start with play ... This means that as an economic structure transforms, and since it is related to capital intensity, capital itself becomes more ... migrating firms and workers to cities up to affecting human capital and technology. ...
*  Capital accumulation
... royalties or capital gains. The process of capital accumulation forms the basis of capitalism, and is one of the defining ... 229-242: "Capital accumulation is both a dynamic and a logic. It is a dynamic that motivates human action, namely the pursuit ... Capital accumulation (also termed the accumulation of capital) is the dynamic that motivates the pursuit of profit, involving ... The concentration and centralisation of capital are two of the results of such accumulation (see below). Capital accumulation ...
*  Process capital
Human Capital, Structural Capital, and Relational Capital. Leadership represents ideas of Human Capital, the intellectual value ... whether the knowledge management system about environmental management in the firm is favorable for the accumulation and ... All intellectual capital first originates as Human Capital. Innovation and process capital represents components of structural ... Process capital is one of the three components of structural capital, itself a component of intellectual capital. Process ...
*  Capital (economics)
Kapital Means of production Organic composition of capital Organizational capital The Accumulation of Capital Venture capital ... For Marx capital only exists within the process of economic exchange-it is wealth that grows out of the process of circulation ... Capital is distinct from land (or non-renewable resources) in that capital can be increased by human labor. At any given moment ... Glossary of Terms, "Capital (capital goods, capital equipment)." • Deardorff's Glossary of International Economics, Capital. ...
*  Franco Berardi
Human emotions and embodied communication becomes increasingly central to the production and consumption patterns that sustain ... to analyze this psycho-social process. Among Berardi's other concerns are cultural representations and expectations about the ... capital flows in post-industrial society, and as such Berardi uses the concepts of "cognitariat" and "info labour" ... such as the financial crisis of 2008 merely as an example of the inherently contradictory logic of capitalist accumulation. ...
*  Party class
While parties always seek to maintain political leverage, the local environment provides the human capital with which to ... political parties that formed in Europe reflected the desire to prove success in spiritual life via the accumulation of capital ... One example, pursued by Doug McAdams in his writing Political Process and the Development of Black Insurgency, was the Civil ... While a party's objective may ultimately be the protection of financial capital or the status of its members, parties initially ...
*  Commodification of nature
... takes place prior to human intervention. Because natural entities and processes do not require capital or labor to be produced ... and resistance to human intention that also shape and provide opportunities for capital circulation and accumulation. The ... External nature becomes an "accumulation strategy" for capital, through traditional examples like mining and agriculture as ... "primitive accumulation." Classical liberalism, the ideological aspect of this process, was closely bound to questions of the ...
*  Economic restructuring
... and structure over agency where the process is independent of human will, as it takes place according to economic logic (Logan ... economic restructuring demonstrates the increasing complex and human-capital intensive modern society in Western nations. ... economic restructuring has been associated with postmodernity as its counterpart concerning flexible accumulation. Additionally ... Consequently, capital, goods, and people rapidly flow across borders. Where the mode of regulation began with Fordism and ...
*  Capital: Critique of Political Economy
Capital, Volume I (1867); published in Marx's lifetime: Capital, Volume I: The Process of Production of Capital, from Marxists ... Cohen Capital accumulation Cost of capital Crisis theory Culture of capitalism History of theory of capitalism Immiseration ... Moreover, because commerce as a human activity implied no morality beyond that required to buy and sell goods and services, the ... Capital, Volume II: The Process of Circulation of Capital, from Marxists Internet Archive. Capital, Volume III (1894); ...
*  Child labour in India
... will be part of India's human capital tomorrow. Child labour undoubtedly results in a trade-off with human capital accumulation ... India processes these diamonds and gems using traditional labour-intensive methods. About 1.5 million people are employed in ... Tainted Carpets: Slavery and Child Labor in India's Hand-Made Carpet Sector, Health and Human Rights (journal),Health and Human ... Health and Human Rights (journal),Health and Human Rights, Harvard University, page 35 - Quote: "Muslims are the most-often ...
*  Primitive accumulation of capital
... "accumulation by dispossession") is a continuing process within the process of capital accumulation on a world scale. Because ... accumulation by dispossession, accumulation by 'extra-economic' means - Progress in Human Geography, Vol. 30, No. 5, 608-625 ( ... is assumed to be a constant factor in the process of capital accumulation, the process of "accumulation by dispossession" acts ... also called previous accumulation, original accumulation) of capital concerns the origin of capital, and therefore of how class ...
*  Culture of capitalism
... or should exist to facilitate one's ability to perform these processes). Capital accumulation Capitalism Capitalist mode of ... in that all other human social relations revolve around these processes ( ... In a capitalist system, society and culture revolve around business activity (the accumulation of capital). As such, business ... Capitalist culture promotes the accumulation of capital and the sale of commodities, where individuals are primarily defined by ...
*  Capitalist mode of production (Marxist theory)
The other side of over-production is the over-accumulation of productive capital: more capital is invested in production than ... For most of human history, these did not come together. Capital existed and commercial trade existed, but it[clarification ... It is centered on the process M → M', "making money" and the exchange of value that occurs at that point. M' > M is the ... Capital accumulation: Production for profit and accumulation as the implicit purpose of all or most of production, constriction ...
*  Historical materialism
For example, capitalism tends to increase the rate at which the forces develop and stresses the accumulation of capital. Both ... Historical materialism can be seen to rest on the following principles: The basis of human society is how humans work on nature ... But what is true is that insofar as Marx and Engels regarded historical processes as law-governed processes, the possible ... foundations for the study of Capital), 1857 Marx, Karl, Capital, Vol. 1, 1867 Marx, Karl, Capital, Vols. 2 & 3, 1867 - 1883, ( ...
*  Wealth
... excluding human capital, has been estimated at $125 trillion (USD 125×1012) in year 2000. Including human capital, the United ... such as the accumulation of past income; and the capital wealth of income producing assets, including real estate, stocks, ... Defining wealth can be a normative process with various ethical implications, since often wealth maximization is seen as a goal ... Natural capital includes land, forests, energy resources, and minerals. Human capital is the population's education and skills ...
*  Reproduction (economics)
... one has to look at the process of capital accumulation as a whole, which includes the financial system, non-productive assets, ... Human capital and labour markets. Marx did not analyze the effects of human capital-that is, the skills and knowledge lodged in ... Capital accumulation (the amassing of wealth in the form of capital assets) can occur either by producing a net addition to the ... As a corollary, supposing that there is no net growth of output and capital, capital accumulation can continue only if some ...
*  Michael Keane (economist)
Intertemporal Labor Supply and Human Capital Accumulation, (with Susumu Imai), International Economic Review, 45:2, (2004), 601 ... This approach is now widely used to model discrete dynamic processes in marketing and labor economics. Keane's 1992 Journal of ... This result helped to shift the focus of the human capital literature away from college education and towards early childhood ... In his survey of the human capital literature, Belzil (2007) states that "The first stage consists of seminal work on schooling ...
*  Metabolic rift
... of relations between humans and the rest of nature. Moore sees it as constitutive of the endless accumulation of capital. ... interdependent processes of material exchange and regulatory actions that link human society with non-human nature as " ... "metabolic relations," Marx allowed these processes to be both "nature-imposed conditions" and subject to human agency, a ... dynamic interchange between human beings and nature, resulting from human labor." As opposed to those who have attributed to ...
*  Human capital
Capital accumulation Capitalize or expense Cross-cultural capital Human Capital Management Human development theory Mincer ... Human capital risks can be identified if HR processes in organizations are studied in detail. Human capital risk occurs when ... the human capital literature often distinguishes between "specific" and "general" human capital. Specific human capital refers ... "Human capital" is often confused with human development. The UN suggests "Human development denotes both the process of ...
*  Economic growth
... has traditionally been attributed to the accumulation of human and physical capital and the increase in ... requiring higher inputs of capital and energy for both extraction and processing. Copper ore grades have declined significantly ... Human capital has been included in both neoclassical and endogenous growth models. A country's level of human capital is ... human capital has increasing rates of return. Research done in this area has focused on what increases human capital (e.g. ...
*  Socialist mode of production
There is no necessary connection between the accumulation of capital or sums of money and human welfare. Under conditions of ... over men by the creation and enforcement of laws into a scientific administration of things and a direction of processes of ... The stage in which the accumulation of capital was viable and effective is rendered insufficient at the socialist stage of ... wage labor and capital accumulation). Specifically, market relations will still exist but economic units are either ...
*  Resource curse
Stijns, Jean-Philippe (2006). "Natural resource abundance and human capital accumulation". World Development. 34: 1060-1083. ... This process has been witnessed in multiple countries around the world including but not limited to Venezuela (oil), Angola ( ... Another possible effect of the resource curse is the crowding out of human capital; countries that rely on natural resource ... Kurtz, Marcus J.; Brooks, Sarah M. (2011-03-15). "Conditioning the "Resource Curse": Globalization, Human Capital, and Growth ...