The Concept of Human Capital in the System of Related Economic Categories


  • Kholbaeva Sabina Rustamovna PhD student, Tashkent State University of Economics, Uzbekistan, Tashkent


human capital, potential, human potential, human resources, labor potential, capital


In the scientific community, the problem of the correlation of the category "human capital" with other related categories remains. The article scientifically substantiates the approach to the disclosure of the concept of "human capital" as a labor force with innate, formed and accumulated knowledge, skills, abilities and health, as well as others, which, when used in the labor process, provide a certain benefit to their owner in the form of income and economy of the country as a whole.


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Rustamovna, K. S. . (2023). The Concept of Human Capital in the System of Related Economic Categories. American Journal of Economics and Business Management, 6(4), 47–52. Retrieved from