Role of Education in Canadian Human Development


Authors : Karishma Khadiwala, Pradnya Nadkarni, Priyanka Kapre, Dhruvil kanadia, Shivam Agarwal, Aastha Giri, Rushabh Rayanade, Sanya Khishty, Alolika Dutta

Volume/Issue : MMK: ACE - 2019

Google Scholar : https://goo.gl/DF9R4u

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Dating back to the late 1900s, Human Capital as a concept has seen a dynamic and drastic\\ntransformation in its meaning and approaches. Seeing its change across the wide spectrum of public policies\\none can clearly note that human capital is one of the most crucial factors affecting economic issues at all\\nlevels of society.\\nBack in 1961, it referred to the value of life lost due to wars and death (William Betty). With time, other\\neconomists suggested the use of Human Capital as a measure of earnings to determine compensation.\\nInfluence of mortality statistics and the concepts of human capital helped to develop approaches for\\ninsurance policies.

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