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Firm location and the creation and utilization of human capital

Andres Almazan

Firm location and the creation and utilization of human capital

by Andres Almazan

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Human capital

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAndres Almazan, Adolfo de Motta, Sheridan Titman.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- no. 10106., Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 10106.
    Contributionsde Motta, Adolfo., Titman, Sheridan., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination46 p. :
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17618375M
    OCLC/WorldCa53898912

    The concept of ―human capital‖ has recently received attention from many researchers. They hypothesise that it represents the human factor in the organisation, the combined intelligence, skills and expertise that gives the organisation its distinctive character. Human capital management is . human capital. Examples of firm-specific human capital include expertise obtained through education and training in management information systems, accounting procedures, or other expertise specific to a particular firm. General-purpose human capital is knowledge gained through education and training in areas of value to.

    _____ capital can be defined as the difference between the market value and book value of a firm, or a measure of its intangible assets. Intellectual Firms such as Oracle, Google, and Apple will tend to have a lower ratio of market value to book value than industrial companies such as. Creating an Effective Human Capital Strategy Neither members nor non-members may reproduce such samples in any other way (e.g., to republish in a book or use for a commercial purpose) without.

    through the creation of HRIS. A basic assumption behind this book is that the man - agement of employee information will be the critical process that helps a firm maximize the use of its human resources and maintain competitiveness in its market. The first purpose of this book is to provide information on the development, imple -.   Managing human capital is managing people and g ood management of human capital really lies in the creation of an employee profile. These profiles, whether in paper form kept in a folder or stored digitally online, are used to keep everything from an employee’s basic information to onboarding forms and paperwork for review and future development.


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Firm Location and the Creation and Utilization of Human Capital Andres Almazan, Adolfo de Motta, Sheridan Titman. NBER Working Paper No.

Issued in November NBER Program(s):Corporate Finance, Labor Studies This paper presents a theory of location choice that draws on insights from the incomplete contracts and investment flexibility (real option) by: CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This paper presents a theory of location choice that draws on insights from the incomplete contracts and investment flexibility (real option) literatures.

We provide conditions under which human capital is more efficiently created and better utilized within industrial clusters that contain similar firms. Firm Location and the Creation and Utilization of Human Capital.

NBER Working Paper No. w which human capital is more efficiently created and better utilized within industrial clusters that contain similar firms.

Our analysis indicates that location choices are influenced by the extent to which training costs are borne by firms versus Cited by: Firm Location and the Creation and Utilization of Human Capital Article in Review of Economic Studies 74(4) February with 57 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Firm Location and the Creation and Utilization of Human Capital 28 September Abstract This paper presents a theory of location choice that draws on insights from the incomplete contracts and investment flexibility (real option) literatures.

We provide conditions under which human capital is more e fficiently created. Firm Location and the Creation and Utilization of Human Capital Andres Almazan, Adolfo de Motta, and Sheridan Titman NBER Working Paper No. November JEL No. R3, L2 ABSTRACT This paper presents a theory of location choice that draws on insights from the incomplete contracts and investment flexibility (real option) literatures.

the human capital as one of the important factors for a national economic growth in the modern economy. With the emergence and development of human capital as an academic field, some researchers expansively attempted to clarify how the human capital could contribute to socio-political development and freedom.

This article looks at human capital (HC) in the context of the knowledge-based view of the firm. While personal notions of knowledge as HC are axiomatic, they also recognize collective or community processes.

But their interplay is a problem, and the article argues that there has been little attention to the microfoundational aspects of aligning the interests of the various individuals involved.

people’s competence is source of wealth creation. Human capital is valuable to the extent that it contributes to a firm’s competitive advantage by improving efficiency and effectiveness, exploiting opportunities or neutralizing threat.

They are the only assets that appreciate with use. Human capital is. Pasban and Nojedeh () explain that human capital is not physical capital or financial capital, but this capital has been defined as the knowledge, skills, creativity, and health of everyone.

Human Capital: It is referred to as the knowledge, skills, competencies, and attributes embodied in individuals that facilitate the creation of personal, social, and economic wellbeing.

Income-Based Approach: This approach is closely related to each individual’s benefits obtained through education and training investment. Theoretically, the book deals with two main subjects: human (and social) capital and inter-firm mobility in relation to firm evolution, change and performance.

We theorize about the contribution of ‘people’ (i.e., human and social capital) into macro-organizational theories with specific reference to ecological. Gary Becker “Human Capital” () In his view, human capital, is determined by education, training, medical treatment, and is effectively a means of production.

Increased human capital explains the differential of income for graduates. Human capital is also important for influencing rates of economic growth.

Robert-Nicoud () which also studies the role that the investment in human capital plays in the location decision of firms. Our model formalizes the processes of the creation and allocation of human capital and shows that these two activities are fundamentally related: the way that human capital is allocated determines how it is created.

Human capital displays an intrinsic talent, which can both change or moderate itself and other inputs. This characteristic leads to the perpetual dynamism of economy (Menzies, ).

Human capital refers to knowledge, education, work competence, and psychometric evaluations (Namasivayam & Denizci, ). The conception of social capital as a resource for action is one way of introducing social structure into the rational action paradigm.

Three forms of social capital are examined: obligations and expectations, information channels, and social norms. ‘volume’ of human capital, and the latter two expand the ‘range’ of human capital.

Impacts of Human Capital The impact of human capital is largely categorized into three parts: individual, organization, and society. In the perspective of individual in the internal labor market, most of researchers refer to the possibility of.

Human Capital in Knowledge Creation, Management, and Utilization: /ch Growing competitiveness, joined with the frequently occurring technological changes in the global age, raise the importance of human capital in the. In terms of the organization, the human capital theory and human resource management raises a number of issues, namely: human capital issues (they relate to attracting, maintaining, developing and rewarding human resources in order to create and maintain a skilled, dedicated and motivated personnel); issues related to the structural capital (with reference to the size and development of.

firm-specific, nontransferable, and inimitable to other firms. Therefore, organizations involve greatly in firm-specific human capital development than generic human capital because of its value and uniqueness (Becker, ; Snell & Dean, ). Consequently, organization likes to invest on firm-specific human capital since it is the source for.

Human Capital Human capital is defined as the knowledge, skills, experience, intuition and attitudes of the workforce.

Intellectual capital can be increased by increasing the capacity of each worker. Human capital is the knowledge, skill and capability of individual employees providing solutions to customers1.

Human capital is the firm’s.M. Frese, A. Rauch, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 4 Human Capital. Human capital theory is concerned with knowledge and experiences of small-scale business owners. The general assumption is that the human capital of the founder improves small firms' chances of survival (Bruederl et al.

).Human capital acts as a resource.of human capital and the location of this economic category in economic theory and management theory. book Human Capital in developed a theoretical basis for deciding on investment in human capital enterprise value creation are different according to the different authors.