A metodologia neoclássica da teoria do capital humano: Uma análise sobre Theodore Schultz e Gary Becker

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  • Waleska de Fátima Monteiro Universade Federal de Goiás

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https://doi.org/10.5216/reoeste.v2i1.41412

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A teoria do capital humano teve como precursores: Theodore W. Schultz, considerado o pai do capital humano, e Gary Becker que ampliou a abordagem, apesar das pesadas críticas dos economistas da época. Ganhadores do Nobel de economia, o trabalho de Schultz, voltado à economia agrícola, estava preocupado em entender a economia de ser pobre, e Becker, através de pesquisas, preocupou-se com o lado social verificando investimentos na formação dos trabalhadores, na saúde, na migração e principalmente no retorno direto e indireto da educação. Ambos os autores contribuíram de forma distinta para a teoria do capital humano, entretanto de forma entrelaçada.

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Waleska de Fátima Monteiro, Universade Federal de Goiás

Professora da UFG no departamento de Engenharia de Produção e professora do programa de pós graduação no departamento de economia

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2016-07-25

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MONTEIRO, W. de F. A metodologia neoclássica da teoria do capital humano: Uma análise sobre Theodore Schultz e Gary Becker. Revista de Economia do Centro-Oeste, Goiânia, v. 2, n. 1, p. 40–56, 2016. DOI: 10.5216/reoeste.v2i1.41412. Disponível em: https://revistas.ufg.br/reoeste/article/view/41412. Acesso em: 25 jul. 2024.

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