Research in Human Capital and Development
An origin of the Research in Human Capital and Development book series dates back to over 20 years ago, when it was started by two professors of the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health. Professors-emeritus – Drs. Alan Sorkin (the Chief Editor) and David Salkever – issued seventeen volumes of empirical research in the human capital model of the demand for health, health as a durable capital stock, health and medical care as one of many inputs into production, the household production function, and investments in human capital. This book series is a collection of multi-author contributed research, and its volume editors explored a variety of themes within the human capital theory and empirical implications. The book series will continue to explore the role, value and impact of innovation on human capital.
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