Semenyshyna, Z. R.
September 2012
Economic Annals-XXI;2012, Issue 9/10, p12
Academic Journal
The article outlines the main trends in the development of human resources of the BRIC countries and their impact on economic development of the group. Special attention is paid to the study of the characteristics and outcomes of social and economic reforms that were implemented in BRIC to improve population live standarts.


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