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Russian Employee: Education, Occupation, Qualification

Edited by Vladimir GimpelsonRostislav Kapeliushnikov
2011
In Russian
Number of pages: 576
ISBN: 978-5-7598-0901-2
The monograph continues the series on the Russian labor market by the Centre for Labor Market Studies (CLMS) of the National Research University Higher School of Economics(HSE). It offers a comprehensive analysis of the processes of accumulation and use of human capital of Russia in 1990–2000s. The book traces the changes of educational, professional and qualification characteristics of the Russian workforce during the transition period. The quantity and quality of human capital in the domestic economy are estimated in the light of inter-country comparisons. Central to the analysis is the value and dynamics of return on investment in education, as well as its differentiation for various categories of workers. All chapters of the book contain the analysis performed with the help of modern econometric techniques using large arrays of micro data. The study provides a holistic view of the evolution, current status and possible paths of further development of Russia’s human capital.

This book is intended for economists and sociologists in the field of labor relations, social and educational policy. It can be used as a textbook for teaching economics and sociology of labor, economics and sociology of education, human resource management.
 
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