Economic crises and unemployment in Russia
I. A. Pogosov () and
E. A. Sokolovskaya
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I. A. Pogosov: Institute of Economics, Russian Academy of Sciences
E. A. Sokolovskaya: Institute of Economics, Russian Academy of Sciences
Studies on Russian Economic Development, 2016, vol. 27, issue 6, 669-675
Abstract This article considers changes in the number of unemployed individuals in conjunction with the dynamics of the production volume in Russia in 1991–2015. An assessment has been given for the quantitative relationship between crisis declines in production and the number of unemployed individuals. Long-term trends determining the dynamics of unemployment under the effect of direct factors of economic growth (labor resources, fixed capital, and scientific and technical progress) have been analyzed.
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