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Title

Toward an evolutionary theory of human capital

AuthorsCañibano, Carolina ; Potts, Jason
KeywordsHuman capital
Employment
Careers
Jobs
Labour markets
Economic evolution
Issue Date2016
Citation16th International Schumpeter Society Conference (2016)
AbstractThe structure and dynamics of knowledge is central to modern evolutionary economics. In the canonical evolutionary model, knowledge exists in the routines and competencies of firms, an approach optimized to study industrial dynamics. In mainstream economics however, knowledge is represented as human capital, an investment by workers in education and skills, an approach suited to the study of labour markets, education, jobs and careers. Evolutionary economics has little to say about this. We propose a new research program for evolutionary economics that develops an evolutionary theory of human capital by representing human capital as a position on a network of knowledge and economic evolution as change in that network. Our new approach connects with the economic sociology of labour markets as networks; models the evolution of jobs as the dynamic structure of that network, and models a career as a path through that network; and furnishes a new theory of structural unemployment
DescriptionTrabajo presentado a la 16th International Schumpeter Society Conference, celebrada en Montreal (Canadá) del 6 al 8 de julio de 2016.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/162535
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