О новых контурах права социального обеспечения в условиях рыночной экономики
The significance of medical care and treatment in social security law is analysed.
Favourable tax climate is one of the factors of a country's investment attractiveness. Any changes in fiscal policy can result in decrease (or increase) in inflow of capital investments - both private domestic and foreign direct ones. The article dwells on the expedience of profit tax, which is characterized by low budget's earnings generation and high costs of legislation observance. It is underscored that the major emerging disadvantage of this investment regulation instrument is the transfer of tax burden to individuals through growth of prices, reduction in employee pay and return on capital. The author points to the fact that government interventionism may significantly decrease the volumes of direct investments. Consideration is given to the influence of taxation on private investments via labor market channels, savings sector and household consumption.
Textbook reflects the current level of development of social security law , the judicial practice of its implementation, the issues in dispute to be solved. Particular attention is paid to issues related to financing the social security system, ensuring its stability and warranty. The manual includes a section on regulatory frameworks social security abroad. Structure and volume of the material presented in the textbook , the curriculum meets the National Research University "Higher School of Economics" and takes into account the latest provisions of the legislation in this area. Its main objective - to help students in mastering the basic theoretical knowledge of the issues of social security law and the ability to navigate the complex legislation in the industry. At the end of chapters are questions for self . The manual is prepared in accordance with the requirements of the Federal state educational standard of higher education and the third generation includes the entire list of topics needed to build the required competencies and skills. Designed for bachelors, masters and PhD students of higher educational institutions , practitioners and all those interested in issues of social security law.
The authors investigate behavioural assumptions underlying the normal performance of market economy. It is assumed that a model of man adequate for market economy can be deduced from the ideal-typical properties of the latter. The main components of such model are rationality and morality. Main ethical categories relevant for market economy are analyzed: trust, justice, equality, virtues, freedom as well as their treatment in modern economics. Behavioural properties specifi c for modern Russian economy are discussed.