E3S Web Conf.
Volume 176, 2020International Scientific and Practical Conference “From Inertia to Develop: Research and Innovation Support to Agriculture” (IDSISA 2020)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||The Role of Economic Science in the Innovative Development of Agribusiness|
|Published online||22 June 2020|
Assessing the contribution of subsistence economy in income generation of rural households in Yakutia
1 Institute of Engineering & Technology, North-Eastern Federal University, 677000, 50 Kulakovsky str, Yakutsk, Russia
2 DRESS, Federal Research Centre “YSC”, SB, RAS, 677000, 2 Petrovsky str, Yakutsk, Russia
3 Financial & Economic Institute, North-Eastern Federal University, 677000, 58 Belinsky str, Yakutsk, Russia
4 Institute of Modern Languages & International Studies, North-Eastern Federal University, 677000, 58 Belinsky str, Yakutsk, Russia
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Traditional economic activity is a significant part of non- observed economy sustaining in regions with a large share of rural population. Non-transparency of subsistence economy hampers assessment of its contribution to goods and services production, the number and income levels of self-employed. The paper summarizes a study of contribution of private subsidiary plots and other forms of traditional economic activity (hunting, fishery, gathering) in rural household incomes and self- employment in Yakutia based on a representative sociological survey of 2017-2019. The share of in-kind income in household budgets estimated by the authors averages 15.7%, partly compensating for cash income deficit and helping alleviate poverty problem in the region.
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