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The households’ income, poverty and income inequality in Russia in 2018

Alexandra Burdyak, Elena Grishina, Marina Eliseeva, Viktor Lyashok, Tatyana Maleva, Nikita Mkrtchian, Yulia Florinskaya, E. Seredkina and Ramilya Khasanova
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Alexandra Burdyak: RANEPA
Elena Grishina: RANEPA
Marina Eliseeva: RANEPA
Viktor Lyashok: RANEPA
Nikita Mkrtchian: RANEPA
Yulia Florinskaya: RANEPA
E. Seredkina: RANEPA

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Abstract: In 2018 real accrued wages and salaries of corporate employees increased in Q1 by 10.2%, by 7.6% in Q2, by 6.3 in Q3 and by 4.1% in Q4 against the same period of the previous year (Fig. 1). At the same time, real disposable cash incomes of households grew in Q1 and Q2, 2018, by 2.3 è 1.3% respectively against the same period of 2017 while in Q3 and Q4 they decreased by 1.6 and 1.1% against the same period of 20172. Real allotted pensions increased in Q1-2, 2018, by 2.3–0.4% against the same period of 2017 and decreased by 0.5% in Q4.

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: 27 pages
Date: 2019, Revised 2019
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