Algorithm of Production Relations as a Socio-Economic Form of Development of the Productive Forces of the New Technological Order
The article considers the conceptual-categorical apparatus, the nature and peculiarities of production relations, the realization of human capital in the process of labour, which acquires a decisive importance in the innovative-oriented development of economic systems. Both the form of realization of human capital, and its socio-economic content are studied. Particular attention is paid to the categories of human capital, labour as components of productive forces, and production relations. The article clarifies four dimensions of human capital and four dimensions of labour: form, content, quality, quantity. In the process of research the conditions of formation and development of the act of production are studied, and its algorithm is proposed. The authors focus attention on the relationship of the realization of human capital, while labour is treated both as a process of life activity, and as a condition of the worker’s life. The authors point out that the substantial study of the relations of production involves an analysis of the relationship of the realization of human capital in the labour process, the form and content of relations, the nature of the ties.
KeywordsHuman capital Nature and content of labor Productive forces Algorithm and substantial basis of production relations Innovative-oriented development Materialized Worker
The authors are grateful to the organizers for the opportunity to speak in the framework of the proposed conference and look forward to further cooperation.
We would like to express special gratitude to the scientific adviser E.I. Lazareva, doctor of economic sciences, professor, head of Chair of “Innovative and International Management” of the Southern Federal University for her professional advice and support.
We would also like to show, in advance, our gratitude to the reviewers for the time they spent working at the paper, comments and sharing their recommendations.
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