Tuesday, May 06, 2014

On Human Capital 人的資本について

Human Capital is three-fourths, or so, of the wealth in the United States, and the value of human capital did not seem to have been much affected by the stock market (1987) crash. The Age of Human Capital, Gary S. Becker

That means, the economic activities are mainly made from individual skills, experiences, ideas, and health, and that being glad and sad by changes in stock prices doesn't make sense. May he rest in peace.




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