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Bartak Jakub (Uniwersytet Rzeszowski), Jabłoński Łukasz (Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Krakowie / Wydział Towaroznawstwa i Zarządzania Produktem)
Tytuł
Znaczenie nierówności dochodowych dla inwestycji w kapitał ludzki w latach 1970-2012
The Importance of Income Inequality for Human Capital Investment in the Period 1970-2012
Źródło
Zeszyty Naukowe / Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Krakowie, 2017, nr 2 (962), s. 55-70, tab., bibliogr. 56 poz.
Cracow Review of Economics and Management
Słowa kluczowe
Kapitał ludzki, Inwestowanie w kapitał ludzki, Badania empiryczne, Wyniki badań
Human capital, Investments in human capital, Empirical researches, Research results
Uwagi
Klasyfikacja JEL: E24, I24, J24
streszcz., summ., Artykuł powstał w wyniku realizacji projektów badawczych autorów.
Abstrakt
Celem artykułu jest identyfikacja wpływu nierówności dochodowych na inwestycje w kapitał ludzki w wybranych krajach w latach 1970-2012. Dokonano tego przez oszacowanie funkcji regresji ilościowych oraz jakościowych inwestycji w kapitał ludzki. Oparcie analizy na danych panelowych umożliwiło kontrolowanie efektów indywidualnych, czasowych i losowych, co stanowi wkład do rozważań o ilościowych związkach między badanymi zmiennymi. Wyniki oszacowań wskazują na istnienie negatywnej zależności między nierównościami dochodowymi a ilościowymi inwestycjami w kapitał ludzki. Wykazano także, że ta negatywna zależność odporna jest na specyfikację modelową. Uzyskane wyniki nie pozwalają natomiast na wyciągnięcie jednoznacznych wniosków dotyczących zależności między nierównościami dochodowymi a inwestycjami w kapitał ludzki w wymiarze jakościowym. (abstrakt oryginalny)

The paper presents an empirical analysis of the importance of income inequality for human capital investment in various countries of the World between 1970 and 2012. The analysis was conducted with the estimation of regression parameters, with quantitative and qualitative measures of human capital investment as independent variables. With the analysis based on panel data, it was possible to control the calculations for individual countries, time and random effects. That is the contribution to the debate over the relations between income inequality and quantitative investment in human capital. Our calculations show a negative relationship between income inequality and quantitative measures of human capital investment. This negative relationship is resistant to the model's specifications. However, the calculation results do not allow us to draw conclusions about the relationships between income inequality and a qualitative measure of human capital investment. (original abstract)
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1898-6447
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URI / DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.15678/ZNUEK.2017.0962.0204
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