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investment in human capital
The optimal policy requires the use of a subsidy to investment in human capital which can be financed by a tax on labor income.
      
We consider an OLG economy with endogenous investment in human capital.
      
The Political Economy of Investment in Human Capital
      
That investment in human capital is worthwhile particularly in regionally concentrated labour markets is, conversely, demonstrated by the theory.
      
Marriage, migration and related phenomena such as marital stability, fertility and investment in human capital may be better explained by studying marriage and migrationjointly.
      
The concept of investment in human capital supposes that higher funding for education will increase productivity and income.
      
There should also be a strategy aiming at investment in human capital, which will trigger active absorption of skills and technology.
      
Economies that do grow may experience endogenous cycles if the return to investment in human capital is sufficiently increasing in the level of physical capital.
      
The same sort of induced capital formation can also boost investment in human capital and knowledge capital.
      
He then identifies a number of specific issues within such a strategy of investment in human capital.
      
A third channel, based on the interplay of borrowing constraints and investment in human capital, also seems to receive some support by the data, although it is probably the hardest to test with the existing data.
      
Education is treated as an investment in human capital, since benefits accrue to an educated individual over a lifetime of activities.
      
As a result, investment in human capital may no longer decline monotonically over time as is predicted by the standard Ben-Porath version of the human capital model.
      
An increase in the student-teacher ratio lowers the borrowing demand due to a lower direct cost of investment in human capital.
      
Although most widely recognized, we would argue that this investment in human capital may not result in the greatest return for competitive advantage.
      
An increasingly dynamic environment results in corresponding increases in risk for any investment in human capital.
      
As discussed above, the partial equilibrium effect of increased past investment in human capital is to raise the relative wage.
      
At the firm level, this strategy requires technological effort and investment in human capital.
      
Beyond that point, the return on further investment in human capital is zero.
      
Each percent investment in human capital reduces wage differentials by 2.4 3.8%.
      
 

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