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Motivational Component of Economic Relations in Education

Motivational Component of Economic Relations in Education

Journal of Economic Regulation, , Vol. 11 (no. 1),

This article is devoted to the study of the motivational aspects of economic relations of subjects of the sphere of education in the context of the formation of the knowledge economy. The author of the article studied and analyzed domestic and world scientific discourse regarding the role of motivational factors in learning. The study found that motivation is a key factor in the academic activity of a modern student, determines its quality, productivity and effectiveness; without motivation, the reproduction of human capital would be impossible. The application of methods and principles of lifelong learning is an essential aspect of the formation of a knowledge economy. In this regard, the consideration of the motivational aspects of economic relations of subjects of the sphere of education in the context of the formation of a knowledge economy is very relevant. The results of the study can be used by state and regional authorities as areas for improving the activities of state and regional structures, as well as by enterprise managers as a guide for organizing production activities.


Keywords: motivation; human capital; lifelong learning; knowledge economy

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