E3S Web Conf.
Volume 301, 2021VI International Scientific Conference “Territorial Inequality: a Problem or Development Driver” (REC-2021)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Regional Differences in Social Aspects|
|Published online||06 August 2021|
Regional employment quality in the context of Russia's technological development
Institute of Economics UB RAS, Centre of socioeconomic dynamics research, Ekaterinburg, 620014, Russia
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The socio-economic inequality of the Russian regions poses a significant threat both to the successful social and technological development of the country. Since employment is one of the crucial highlighters of such inequality, the paper is devoted to assessing regional inequality in terms of employment quality in the context of technological changes. The article presents a system of social and economic indicators to determine the place of each region in the interregional employment inequality. The novelty of the study includes the methodological approaches and methods to estimate regional employment inequality and its components. The authors reveal the employment quality and its main components keeping relatable with the technological development. Based on these points, we developed employment quality coefficient and carried out a typology of Russian regions in terms of the employment quality. The study uses data from the Rosstat on working conditions and economic activity of the population for 2005-2019. The results expand the scientific ideas about the interdependence of employment and technological development. In addition, the research results should be considered when developing the state technical policy, differentiating the employment policy and socio-economic development of the regions.
Key words: technological development / regional inequality / employment
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