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Studies on Russian Economic Development

, Volume 21, Issue 2, pp 124–131 | Cite as

The correlation between economic growth and national wealth dynamics with accounting for intangible capital

  • O. N. Boldov
Macroeconomic Problems

Abstract

In this paper, the new content, estimations, structure, and model of national wealth; the correlation between wealth and gross product; and the tendency of marginal revenue fluctuation are considered. Factors of the national wealth dynamics and the role of intangible capital and its components, in particular, education, in the acceleration of economic dynamics are studied.

Keywords

Human Capital Gross Domestic Product RUSSIAN Economic Development Natural Capital Intangible Asset 
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