Capital Humano Nominal, Empleabilidad y Credencialismo

Nicolás Osvaldo Didier Pino

Resumen


Desde el año 2006 en Chile se han expresado diversos movimientos sociales en torno a la exigencia de modificaciones al sistema educacional, basándose principalmente en la segregación social resultante del esquema de financiamiento y desregulación de la calidad de sus instituciones educacionales básica, secundaria y superior. Dentro de este contexto, el capital humano se ha vuelto uno de los ejes clave de la discusión pública, al menos en términos argumentativos, mostrando una gran variedad de significados y comprensiones en los diversos actores públicos y privados. Más allá de la pluralidad de significados de la teoría del capital humano, el abordaje de las problemáticas de inversión pública en educación, genera una serie de preguntas y vacíos conceptuales que impiden clarificar de forma adecuada los criterios para el desarrollo de políticas públicas en este área. Este artículo se centra sobre los fenómenos socioeconómicos que sufre el capital humano en su transición desde el mundo educacional al laboral.


Palabras clave


Capital humano; empleabilidad; credencialismo; mercado laboral; dinámica laboral.

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