The theoretical basis that governments can involve in human capital investment through the public policies is that "market failure" occurs in human capital investing and that governments can set up the supporting system to promote human capital investment through the public policies of providing financing,regulating tax policy and perfecting labour force market,etc.
The paper analyzed main factors which baffled the regional coordinated and balanced development,and then pointed out that regional cooperation,market innovation,improving developing environment and enhancing human capital investment were the main methods.
In the analysis of the capital structure of the real estate, the author broke through the analysis frame of the traditional theory, anddivided real estate investment capital into material capital investment and manpower capital investment macroscopically. The author proposed to pay attention to the investment of the manpower capital in real estate investment.
At the beginning of the new century, priority developing manpower capital and strengthening manpower capital investment are the pressing matters at moment, must be bold to paying attention to the strategic adjustment in accumulation, development and structure in Chinese economic reform and development.
Besides the lifespan and outflow of manual labour,the efficiency of education investment and the utilization ratio of labour power are another two main factors of the risk of manpower capital investment.
Through theoretical and empirical analysis, this paper finds out that the key to transformation is to raise the economic value of people, to improve human capital investment and to match the stocks of physical and human capital.
This papers offers an explanation of this fact based on a simple life-cycle model of human capital investment and timing of first birth.
The empirical analysis finds results consistent with the higher wages of late childbearers arising primarily through greater measurable human capital investment.
Implementation of this second-best insurance however distorts the human capital investment decisions when education qualifies for a low risk job.
This paper tests whether interhousehold transfers from children to parents in developing countries are motivated by altruism or intended to be repayments of implicit parental loans taken up by children for human capital investment.