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Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 16 ISSUE 3
Written by Paula-Angela VIDRAȘCU, Oana Camelia IACOB, Ana-Maria VOLINTIRU, Anca CRISTEA

Achieving a high level of competitiveness and sustainable development and the consolidation of a real democracy is requiring a balanced participation of women and men in all the areas of socio-political and economic development. The dissemination of the related studies shows that women are one of the groups of people vulnerable to the effects of transition. In this regard we note an increased rate of the long-term unemployment by limiting the access to jobs, generally the better paid but also by participating in the underground economy, it does not provide support and access to a social security system. Human capital, as an essential component of the intangible assets, constitutes a real mean of production and the future growth of investments in production. It is leaving, but not transferable as land, labor and capital assets. Investing in human capital is considered to be one of the most cost-effective and should be a priority for any community that you propose to support its sustainable economic and social development. Regardless of gender or age, human capital is and will remain the main source of economic growth and sustainable development.

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