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Non-Standard Employment in Russian Economy

Edited by Vladimir GimpelsonRostislav Kapeliushnikov
2006
In Russian
Number of pages: 400
ISBN: 5-7598-0314-X
The complex picture of development of different forms of non-standard employment during transition period is presented here for the first time in Russian literature. The monograph discusses both general theoretic and applied aspects of market flexibility and labor relations in modern Russian economy. The authors present an empirical analysis of such forms of non-standard employment as incomplete, temporary, casual, informal, and employment at personal household plots. Their analysis is based on the use of most representative blocks of microdata of research 1992—2002 of labor force. One chapter is dedicated to alternative evaluations of employment and employment in different transitional economies that take into account the spread of non-standard forms of labor relations.
Addressed to economists, sociologists, and jurists studying different aspects of labor market and labor relations, as well as government officials in the sphere of labor, employment, and social policy.