Assessment of the effects of state support for investment in human capital at the project level

The paper proposes an approach to the evaluation of the impact of state support for investment in education and research and development at the microeconomic level by calculating an interrelated system of efficiency indicators in the innovative project model that allows forecasting private and public investment results when the institutional framework of the project is changed

Keywords: human capital, government support, financial efficiency, institutional conditions


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