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Survive, Learn, Thrive: Strategic Human Capital Investments to Accelerate Azerbaijan’s Growth (Inglês)

Human capital is the knowledge, skills, and health that people accumulate over their lives and that enable them to realize their potential as productive members of society is an important contributor to the wealth of all nations regardless of income status. While Azerbaijan has achieved remarkable economic growth and poverty reduction over the last two decades, it lags its regional peers in terms of human capital accumulation.This report aims to evaluate Azerbaijan’s progress in human capital development and to identify opportunities for accelerating growth. To this end, the analysis uses the HCP to benchmark human capital development in Azerbaijan against its international peers using the Human Capital Index (HCI). The report supplements the HCP with additional analysis assessing key challenges and constraints in the areas that are instrumental for human capital development, and provides pathways for targeted catalytic interventions aimed at yielding positive growth in human capital development in the country.

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  • Data do documento

    2020/09/24

  • TIpo de documento

    Report

  • No. do relatório

    149849

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Caucasus,

  • Região

    Europa e Ásia Central,

  • Data de divulgação

    2020/10/23

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Survive, Learn, Thrive: Strategic Human Capital Investments to Accelerate Azerbaijan’s Growth

  • Palavras-chave

    human capital; human capital formation; human capital development; Primary and Secondary Education; start school; survival probability; years of schooling; Commonwealth of Independent States; efficiency of service delivery; injuries from road accidents; high-level human capital; global burden of disease; change in tax policy; access to higher education; human capital investment; higher education institution; human capital accumulation; future productivity; complete secondary education; Oil & Gas; Oil and Gas; education and health; social protection services; children and youth; mandatory health insurance; quality of education; net enrollment rate; human capital outcomes; compulsory health insurance; private sector competitiveness; social protection system; social insurance scheme; social protection interventions; use of resources; high unemployment rate; long-term economic growth; vulnerable social group; chronic health condition; innovation and growth; quality and relevance; private sector business; electronic data management; economic growth rate; quality of investment; decline in poverty; childhood to adulthood; Research and Innovation; measure of use; knowledge and innovation; higher education opportunity; national poverty line; reduction in poverty; former soviet union; primary school teacher; test score; disability-adjusted life; development of cognition; primary care physician; Access to Education; Medical Insurance; body mass index; highly skilled workforce; performance of student; higher education system; provision of care; public higher education; financial risk protection; area of education; complete primary school; recent years; terms of trade; social protection program; Rule of Law; source income; source of income; in economics; access to learning; labor force participation; return to investment; access to finance; health insurance system; social protection sector; road and bridges; cost of living; engine of growth; household survey data; gaps in productivity; enforceable property rights; minister in charge; Labor Market; household spending; health outcome; healthcare system; education spending; vulnerable group

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