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The article systematizes scientific approaches to understanding the nature of the category “human capital”. The historical periodization of the concept development is offered. A review of classical and modern approaches to the interpretation of the essence, forms of manifestation, and derivatives of human capital. The study forms the methodological basis for the study of human capital in modern conditions of economic development, taking into account modern concepts and paradoxes of economic development.
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