The main question of this paper based on a series of interviews is if there is unemployment among the ranks of HIL. The subject of the research touches a complex social symptom, which contains both objective and important subjective aspects of the unemployment and its special forms - underutilisation and overutilisation. Based on empirical facts and on theoretical consideration, the paper criticises the monetary requirements of the market that has been considered as something of sanctity, to be accepted axiomatically, and which can justify any changes in employment.
The main problem of this paper to be solved is to outline one of the main cultural institutions - namely schools - in terms of firms. In order to achieve this goal, the basic characteristics of firms had to be established, also analysing the most important problems related to them. The paper claims that, in fact, all firms overlap and thus depend on each other, which inevitably limits their competition to a certain degree. This is especially true for cultural institutions in the process of producing human capital. The authors propose to use rather strategic coordination instead of internalisation in the process of treating externalities.