Соціоекономіка. Збірник наукових праць
Висвітлення проблем соціоекономіки як междісциплінарних досліджень, щодо закономірностей соціальних, економічних, трудових та інноваційних процесів.
The article studies the problems of consumption which has economic and social components. There is proved the need for an interdisciplinary approach to studying the process of consumption, organically combining the achievements of various sciences. There is demonstrated the collective nature of consumption, so the object of its study should be selected the household, rather than an autonomous individual, as proposed in the modern marginal and the neoclassical approaches. Clarified that consumption is a process that is under the active influence of the institutional environment, it has the qualitative differences in market and nonmarket environments. A characteristic feature of consumption at the household level is its non-market character associated with the principles of non-market subsistence production, distribution, and exchange within the household. Dynamics of consumption reflects the cyclical nature of the household functioning and modern trends of social development.
The proposed monograph - one of the first scientific papers, which the system based on the conceptual model of the households in the structure of the national economy. Updated theoretical and methodological basis of the research institute of the household, its place in the reproductive and financial systems of the national economy. A special place in the book takes the study of households in the institutional system, including property relations and informal institutions. The analysis of the functioning of households in different economic systems proposed directions of households in the context of the national economy.
For teachers, researchers and graduate students, as well as for all those interested in the functioning of the household and efficient interaction of economic agents.
The paper analyzes the influence of the direction of institutional system on household’s activity in the area of market and nonmarket exchange of products and resources.
All innovations changes spectrum realization is very important for strategy af innovation development. This is relevant as well technological innovations as adequate social innovations. The aim of this study is to determine the role and importance of economic democracy institute in the mechanism of realization of the interests of individuals and institutions of their economic activity - households in terms of socio - innovation development. The basis of individuals, their families and households interests realization in a market system is the institution of private property. Changes in the system of property relationships can be regarded as a kind of deep socio-economic innovations which are changing the role and place of business entities in the economic system, transforming the social and class structure of society as a whole. Development of democratic institutions enables to remove social and economic contradictions, and to balance the interests of all economic actors. This will be a prerequisite for the effectiveness of social innovation in society.
There were analyzed the features of households economic activity monitoring at different levels and studied the theoretical problems of its accounting in this article. There were proved that the existing macroeconomic indicators do not adequately reflect the real economic performance and household incomes. There were proposed to use macroeconomic indicators of households’ involvement in the market environment as an objective indicator of the socio-economic condition of society.
Using a recent representative survey and supplemental interviews, we investigate household money management and domestic power dynamics in contemporary Russian two-partner families. During the Soviet period, it was women who typically managed household money. Today, while 45.6% of contemporary Russian two-partner households pool money and manage it jointly, and in about a quarter of families women are in charge, families with men in control of domestic money are on the rise among more affluent spouses who have been married for less than 20 years. While previous work finds evidence for the feminization of poverty in the postcommunist region, we underscore the otherwise hidden aspects of inequality—gendered access to household money among the relative “winners” of the transition: Younger and more affluent families. We place these changes in the context of neoliberal market reforms, including labor market and welfare policy changes and the rise of neoconservative gender ideology.