О преимуществах использования системы Mathcad в процессе преподавания математических дисциплин
In this research we use the part of RLMS data about the innovation in the lifestyles of Russian collected in 2009. Some typologies of Russian people were constructed based on their inclination to innovation, computer skills and media consumption. The last one is measured there as the differentiation of practices of internet and mobile telephone function use. The quantitative digital inequality in the accessibility of computer and internet was found. But there is the other type of digital inequality the quantitative one. It is due to the differentiation of the type of media consumption. This inequality also depends on the such factors as age, income and education level.
The paper deals with spatial disproportions related to human capital accumulation, as well as to the impact of human capital depending on the professional group. The author ddresses the data from a National Sample Survey conducted by the Federal State Institution of Science, Sociological Institute of the Russian Academy of Science (spring 2017). In general, this study proves that special institutional environment in modern Russia, generates significant spatial disproportions of the impact of human capital of Russian workers. A regression analysis shows that living in megacities provides a 139% increase in personal incomes for people engaged in manual labor, compared to their counterparts working in rural areas. However, as the analysis suggests, inclusion of skill differences among workers allows us to reconsider modest estimates of impact of their human capital obtained in previous studies. As a result, existence of redistribution institutions organized on meritocratic principles is suggested. Thus, high-level qualifications of workers (from the 5th category) leads to an increase in their incomes: by 36.3% in the centers of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, and by 23.7% in the district centers, when compared with the salaries of low-skilled workers employed in enterprises of the same settlements