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Social Sphere in Russia in 2017

Elena Avraamova, Dmitry Loginov, Elena Grishina, Yuliya Florinskaya, Nikita Mkrtchian, Viktor Lyashok, Aleksandra Burdyak (), Tatyana Maleva, Aleksandra Poliakova and Marina Eliseeva ()
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Elena Avraamova: RANEPA
Dmitry Loginov: RANEPA
Elena Grishina: RANEPA
Nikita Mkrtchian: RANEPA
Viktor Lyashok: RANEPA
Aleksandra Poliakova: RANEPA

Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Aleksandra Polyakova ()

Published Papers from Gaidar Institute for Economic Policy

Abstract: The positive economic trends of 2017 – GDP growth, record-low inflation rate, revival of consumption and other – were estimated by most experts and analysts as evidence of the country’s embarking on a positive economic trajectory and the year 2017 was generally regarded as the year of economic revival. However, such a conclusion would not be complete without assessment of households’ well-being and other parameters which serve as indicators of the state of things in the social sphere. Economic processes have a decisive effect on the ongoing main social processes. In the past three years, an unstable and inconsistent economic situation in Russia could not but give rise to substantial changes in households’ social and economic situation. At the same time, the entire number of factors which were not related to the macroeconomic and volatile dynamics, but justified by other processes preset by lengthy previous periods affected much the social sphere.

Keywords: Russian economy; households; labor market; social sentiment; internal migration; long-term migration; external labor migration (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: D14 J01 J61 J62 F22 J11 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 25 pages
Date: 2018, Revised 2018
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