The Specificity of Human Capital and Risk Management of the College Counselor from the Perspective of Internationalization

Fanjin SONG, Dongqiang WANG, Jinping SONG

Abstract


Shifting the concept of human resource to the concept of human capital is an inevitable tendency in developing human resource of college counselor. It is because the college counselor has its own specificity that it is hardly possible to avoid the risks of entry and exit which brings in completely. The paper listed the priority of psychological capital, human capital and social capital of the college counselor from the perspective of in-system in the order to attempt to discuss their inner logical relationship based on the basic theory of risk management.
Key words: College counsellor; The specificity of human capital; Risk management; In-system

Résumé: Déplacer le concept de ressources humaines pour le concept de capital humain est une tendance inévitable dans le développement des ressources humaines de conseiller du collège. C'est parce que le conseiller collège a sa propre spécificité qu'il n'est guère possible d'éviter les risques d'entrée et de sortie qui amène à fond. Le document énumère les priorités du capital psychologique, le capital humain et le capital social de la conseillère collège dans la perspective d'en-système dans l'ordre pour tenter de discuter de leur relation logique interne basé sur la théorie de base de gestion des risques.
Mots clés: Université de conseiller; La spécificité du capital humain; La gestion des risques; Et du système

Keywords


College counsellor; The specificity of human capital; Risk management; In-system;Université de conseiller; La spécificité du capital humain; La gestion des risques; Et du système

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720110703.009

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