Плюснин Ю. М. "Год на самоизоляции: неформальная экономика и занятость населения"
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Plusnin J. Вып. 112. , М. : Никитский клуб, 2021
Неформальная экономика российской провинции. Источники ресурсов и виды промысловых практик домохозяйств
, Журнал социологии и социальной антропологии 2022 Т. 25 № 3 С. 58-90
An empirical study of informal economic practices (crafts) of provincial households has been carried out. It is based on materials received in 16 Russian regions. There is a qualitative research methodology. The author applies the classical methodology of qualitative research. The main methods are direct observation and interviews. Provincial crafts make up a significant share ...
Added: February 10, 2023
, М. : Никитский клуб, 2021
A year like a "covid force majeure" in the world. Coordinate constraints change everyday life, eliciting painful reactions from society. “The world ceases to be one in any sense, the country ceases to be monolithic in any sense. everything stratifies, diversifies, multiplies ”(A. Privalov). What is a trend and what is transitory - time will ...
Added: November 3, 2021
, , , Covid-19 and financial hardship in London / . 2021. No. 9/21.
Using UKMOD, the UK tax-benefit microsimulation model, we analyse the impact on Londoners of the Covid-19 crisis, of the emergency policies put in place since March 2020 and of some counterfactual policy options, including the continuation of the £20 weekly uplift in Universal Credit and Working Tax Credit. Our main results can be summarised as ...
Added: July 4, 2022
, Review of Income and Wealth 2020 Vol. 66 No. 2 P. 394-417
Strong growth, intensive structural change and expanding informality have characterized many developing and emerging economies in recent decades. Yet most empirical investigations into the relationship between structural change and productivity growth overlook informality. This paper includes the informal sector in an analysis of the effects of structural changes in the Russian economy on aggregate labour ...
Added: March 9, 2019
, Журнал социологии и социальной антропологии 2018 Т. 21 № 1 С. 73-106
This article presents an empirical study of the economic activity of the population. appearing in the form of craft s, that is the entrepreneur’s self-supporting activity aimed at household subsistence. Primary forms of such activity are self-employment, individual entrepreneurship and hiring. Th e purpose of this article is to describe the relationship between archaic and ...
Added: June 27, 2018
Территория общественного благополучия. Взаимодействие этно-социальных групп в Еврейской автономной области
, Идеи и идеалы 2018 Т. 1 № 4 С. 136-159
The paper considers peculiarities of settlement of the present Jewish Autonomous Region by different ethno-social groups. The author discusses the conditions and factors determining intergroup relations. The article defines and describes the types of conflicts (contradictions) among different ethno-social groups that determined the role and importance of these groups in the region. The author outlines six ...
Added: January 14, 2019
, , Legal Issues in the Digital Age 2020 No. 2 P. 92-143
The pandemic is a watershed event that has prompted both an evaluation of the achievements of information and communications technology (ICT) and also a re-evaluation of the prospects for developing social processes compatible with ICT. Much has been already been accomplished in Russia and throughout the world. But in the current pandemic, telemedicine is facing ...
Added: November 7, 2020
Well-being during COVID-19 pandemic in Russia: The effects of defensive optimism, destructive coping and gender
, , , European Psychiatry 2021 Vol. 64 No. 4 P. 602-603
Introduction Previous research shows that subjective well-being during pandemic (SWB-P) is related to sociodemographic variables (de Pedraza et al., 2020) and coping (Rasskazova et al., 2020). We hypothesized that SWB-P depends on specific types of optimism and coping with pandemic situation, namely defensive optimism (belief the coronavirus problem is exaggerated) and constructive optimism (belief that people’s ...
Added: October 24, 2021
, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 2021
Popular skepticism of the state COVID-19 vaccination campaign and street dogs in Russian cities... What do such seemingly different problems have in common? ...
Added: October 28, 2021
, , Regional Research of Russia 2021 Vol. 11 No. 3 P. 294-307
The accelerated development of the tertiary sphere has long been a refrain in the world scientific discourse. At the same time, tertiarization in Russia differs from the processes taking place in developed countries. An article based on EuroStat and World Bank data compared the structures of gross value added and employment in the tertiary sector ...
Added: October 26, 2022
, , et al., Chaos, Solitons and Fractals 2020 Vol. 140 P. 110241
The generalized logistic equation is used to interpret the COVID-19 epidemic data in several countries: Austria, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Italy, Turkey and South Korea. The model coefficients are calcu- lated: the growth rate and the expected number of infected people, as well as the exponent indexes in the generalized logistic equation. It is shown that ...
Added: August 28, 2020
, , et al., Quaestio Rossica 2020 Т. 8 № 4 С. 1369-1390
Тема Covid-19, актуальная для этого года, обретает новые грани как исследовательская проблема мирового масштаба в социокоммуникативном и лингвистическом аспектах. Исследователи обращаются к проблеме языкового реагирования на социально-психологическую обстановку, сложившуюся в разных странах в эпоху коронавируса. Объективные обстоятельства современного общения заставляют научное сообщество искать новый формат обсуждения насущных проблем. Предложенная редколлегией журнала форма письменного диалога позволяет ...
Added: December 10, 2020
, Population and Economics 2020 Vol. 4 No. 2 P. 81-83
The note is concerned with the social and economic consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic for the daily life of Russian, and especially Moscow, families, especially in association with the introduction of quarantine-like restrictions as of April 2020. These consequences relate to the organization of the daily work of parents and the study of children from ...
Added: March 1, 2021
, Fieldsights, Society for Cultural Anthropology (США) 2020
Lacking state-imposed quarantines, we’ve been abandoned to personal choices. Advising us to save ourselves and our neighbors by staying home, our governments struggle to keep the wrong doubts from going viral. The Russian state, in particular, has announced crackdowns on fake news: citing the danger of Covid-19, new laws harshly penalize the “spread of false ...
Added: September 13, 2020
Simulation of the First and the Second Waves of COVID-19 Spreading in Russian Federation Regions Using an Agent-Based Model
, , Journal of Biomedical Photonics and Engineering 2023 Vol. 9 No. 1 Article 010302
The COVID-19 pandemics remains one of the largest global challenges. Necessity of effective systemic aids for the minimization of losses leads to the requirement of adequate models allowing to predict the impact of different factors on the spread of the disease. Agent-based simulation models provide a suitable solution with the possibility to accurately account for ...
Added: February 13, 2023
(Де)субъективация работников в пространстве склада маркетплейса: цифровой диктат или индустриальный «базар»?
, ИНТЕРакция. ИНТЕРвью. ИНТЕРпретация 2022 Т. 14 № 3 С. 55-75
Despite the enormous amounts of human resources engaged in warehousing, warehouse labor remains virtually invisible to the public, both among consumers and in the academia. A lot of research is dedicated to the transformation of labor relations within platform economy, including precarity and “uberization” of labor, as well as digital technology-mediated surveillance and control over ...
Added: October 11, 2022
На пути к теории «автономного» сообщества: экс-полярные экономические структуры прибрежного рыболовства на юге России
, , Мир России: Социология, этнология 2020 Т. 29 № 2 С. 156-178
This paper discusses the social and economic dynamics within autonomous fishing communities in Southern Russia. We hypothesize that despite the path-dependency problem and the view that informal institutions can be successful only in the long term (both widely accepted by sociologists and neo-institutional economists), strong exogenous shocks can demolish old informal institutions, leading to either ...
Added: December 9, 2020
, , et al., Scientific data 2021 Vol. 8 No. 1 Article 235
The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed substantial coverage and quality gaps in existing international and national statistical monitoring systems. It is striking that obtaining timely, accurate, and comparable across countries data in order to adequately respond to unexpected epidemiological threats is very challenging. The most robust and reliable approach to quantify the mortality burden due to ...
Added: September 30, 2021
, Structural change, expanding informality and labour productivity growth in Russia / Высшая школа экономики. Series WP BRP "Economics/EC". 2017. No. 168.
Recent decades have been years of intensive growth, structural change and expanding informality for many developing and emerging economies. However, in exploring the relationship between structural change and productivity growth, most empirical studies ignored informality. This paper explores how structural change in the Russian economy 1995–2012 affects aggregate labour productivity growth, taking into account the ...
Added: August 9, 2017
, , Cahiers di Scienze Sociali 2020 Vol. 8 No. 13 P. 31-57
The authors discover and describe a new economic phenomenon in modern Russia, which they term “scattered (or dispersed) manufactories”. In provincial Russian towns people engage in cooperative economic activities, which in their form and substance are strikingly similar to pre-industrial manufacturing in Europe and Russia in the 14–18th centuries. Such "scattered manufactories" are a post-archaic ...
Added: October 7, 2020
, Geneva : United Nations, 2020
Cities possess massive resources, talent and creativity and serve as hubs for knowledge sharing, experimentation and innovation, generating new ideas, embedding these solutions locally and scaling-up successful practices. Cities, however, are not abstract sustainability-making machines; they are places where real people live, work, study and flourish. Cities are made of people, by people and for people. Sustainable ...
Added: December 16, 2020
Return and volatility transmission between emerging markets and US debt throughout the pandemic crisis
, , et al., Pacific-Basin Finance Journal 2021 No. 67 Article 101563
In this study, we investigate the return and volatility spillovers between emerging markets and US government bonds during the Covid-19-triggered pandemic by accounting for the market sentiment captured by the media coverage index. To study the dynamic spillovers, we use a TVP-VAR approach. Our results show a significant increase in the dynamic connectedness between media coverage, emerging market ...
Added: September 22, 2021
, Социологические исследования 2018 № 9 С. 113-123
The article is devoted to anecdotes about informal economy. They tell us about corruption, theft in production, shadow entrepreneurship, informal channels of distribution of scarce goods etc. These anecdotes are a peculiar encyclopedia of soviet and post-soviet man’s patterns and stereotypes of thinking. The article develops the thesis that laughing refers to negative emotions and turns ...
Added: November 22, 2018
, , et al., Chaos, Solitons and Fractals 2022 Vol. 154 No. 1 Article 111699
The paper reports on application of the Gompertz model to describe the growth dynamics of COVID- 19 cases during the first wave of the pandemic in different countries. Modeling has been performed for 23 countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Great Britain, Germany, Denmark, Ireland, Spain, Italy, Canada, China, the Netherlands, Norway, Serbia, Turkey, France, Czech ...
Added: December 10, 2021