Institutional structure and determinants of the health capital

TERRA ECONOMICUS, , Vol. 12 (no. 2.2),
p. 19-25

In this article the health capital is considered , on the one hand, as a component of the human capital, with another – as independent category, including in the context of subjective and objective factors of quality of life . The aim of the research is identification a determinant, determined by the health capital and forming it. Also health is considered as the investment and consumer benefit. In the article are presented results of the analysis of conditions of an institutionalization of the health capital, making up of its institutional structure necessary for formation and use of health capital.

Keywords: human capital; health capital; quality of life; institutional structure; determinants of the capital health; institutionalization conditions

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