The development of Russian industry and the growing problem of employment

TERRA ECONOMICUS, , Vol. 12 (no. 2.2),
p. 40-45

In article prerequisites of an aggravation employment problems in industrial sector of the Russian national economy in the context of disputed issues about its development in modern conditions are considered. The widespread judgment that industrial productions shall solve an employment problem is analyzed. Practice when for the purpose of non-admission of reducing workplaces at the entities of the industry, considerable efforts of business and the state are spent is considered. Low production of work, artificial maintenance of the social importance of industrial production, inefficient mechanisms of redistribution of a manpower in economy are researched from line items of influence of the industry on common economic development. It is shown that in structure of employment reducing happened generally due to the processing productions which share in general structure was significantly reduced.

Keywords: Industry; total labor costs; labor productivity; employment; gross value added

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Publisher: Southern Federal University
Founder: Southern Federal University
ISSN: 2073-6606