Journal of Human Resource Costing & Accounting: Volume 3 Issue 1

Category:

Accounting and Finance

Table of contents

Private vs. Public Sector Returns to Human Capital in Finland

RITA ASPLUND

A common assertion, strongly supported by country‐specific empirical evidence, is that individual returns to investment in human capital change slowly over time. The…

Staff Training and Further Development in Place of Redundancies: A Swedish Example

BIRGITTA OLSSON

The Swedish government decided in 1994, as part of the so‐called 50,000 Swedish crowns scheme, to set aside a portion of the labour market budget for the further training…

The Swedish Civil Aviation Administration: Statement of Human Resources

The Swedish Civil Aviation Administration's (CAA) new image Swedish travellers first became acquainted with CAA's new image as it was presented at all 19 airports across…

How to Place Human Resources into the Balance Sheet?

MIECZYSLAW DOBIJA

Progress in human resources accounting must continue to find a clear constructive definition of terms pertaining to human capital and human assets. The present paper is…

ISSN:

1401-338X

Online date, start – end:

1996 – 2012

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited