Институциональный подход к разработке семейной политики
In the monograph a study of Association of the innovative nature of the economy, the quality of human resources and quality of life of the population. Important task of modern social practice is the construction of the model role of family in the formation of human capital in conditions of the modern innovative economy. It is important to observe the principle of social justice: equal starting opportunities for human development, conditions for a high degree of social mobility. The problems of family life, the role of family in the formation celoveceskoj capital, the importance of family policy. The research materials are teachers, students, practical workers in the social sphere, as well as readers interested in the problems of family policy.
In modern Russia, the discourse on the value of family and family life in the system of life values of Russians, the role of family in the formation of personality and upbringing of children is relevant. The strategy of forming the desired family model becomes an integral part of the family and demographic policy. The article presents the results of a sample study in the framework of the project "development of the methodology of statistical evaluation of demographic security in the context of globalization", conducted in 2016. The survey data demonstrate the mosaic of views of Russians on the desired family model and suggest that among Russians do not find many supporters of the position that characterize the traditional family with clearly established Patriarchal family roles. The use of statistical analysis methods allowed to identify groups of characteristics that reflect traditional and modern family values. There are different views of the family life model in society and effective family policy should take this diversity into account.
The paper deals with how family friendly workplace should be and how it organized . Problem of work-family balance problematized on different level such as State family policy discourse, an organization and everyday practice of working parents. This article will show the differences in the positions of the employer on the need and ways to create a family-friendly workplace, as well as formal and informal types of support that are accessed by parents in order to optimally combine of professional and family roles. On empirical date (interviews with head of companies, HR specialist and working mothers in different Russian companies) the author divides two types of family friendly workplace, which included formal and informal support measures toward working parents.
The article aims to evaluate the possible motivational potential (in terms of having more children than planned) of various measures of family policy listed in the questionnaire of the Russian Microcensus-2015. During the last several decades, fertility in Russia has been below the level of simple reproduction. The state, starting in 2005, has expressed an interest in finding effective measures to raise fertility in the country. The latest Microcensus had, among other objectives, the goal of “testing” the attractiveness of different policy measures for the general population. These included both already existing policies (federal and regional “maternity capitals”, land grants) and those which were hypothetical at the moment (prolongation of paid childcare leave until the child reaches the age of three, a guaranteed place in kindergarten, benefits equal to the cost of living for every child starting from the third, tax benefits, flexible working hours/work from home, and interest-free loans for the purchase of housing).