Employment, Unemployment, and medical Care in Russia: Exploratory Analysis of Household Survey Data
AbstractThe crisis in the Russian economy during the last years has caused a high rate of unemployment and official statistics show unrealistic figures for both employment and unemployment. Distribution of unemployment benefits also fails to correspond to the reality of the situation. Very often these benefits fail to reach the right sources. This paper is intended to bring to light the real figures on employment and unemployment, to find the reasons behind the ineffective distribution of unemployment benefits and to find ways to arrive at a fair solution to this problem. This paper also presents the actual situation with regard to medical care in Russia, and the slow development of private medical service and medical insurance. All numbers utilized in the document date from the end of 1996.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis in its series Working Papers with number ir99009.
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