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Dimensions of human resource development: concepts and approaches

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Sinha, Braj Raj Kumar

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Abstract The notion of human resource development dimensions is very complicated as it has interconnections with several approaches and has involvement of variables of multiple natures. Dimension refers to the constituent elements of human resources. Different population components play different roles in the process of enhancing human capital and with a view to analyse the relative importance of them human resource development dimensions can be divided into different groups on the basis of the spatial distribution, biological, social, cultural and economic approaches. Dimensions of human resource development can be termed as quantitative and qualitative. Other approaches are human resource formation, physical and mental, rural/urban residence, spatial or territorial and composite score value approach. Therefore, this paper aims at portraying the concepts and approaches relating to different human resource development dimension with a view to make an addition to the existing knowledge in the field of geography of human resource development.
Keywords human capital; regional development; social geography; cultural geography; geographical factors; interdisciplinarity; concept
Classification Economic and Social Geography
Document language English
Publication Year 2012
Page/Pages p. 105-122
Journal Scientific Annals of "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University of Iasi - Geography series (2012) 2
ISSN 2284-6379
Status Published Version; peer reviewed
Licence Creative Commons - Attribution