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The youth behavioral patterns in the sphere of education and in the labor market: mechanisms and factors of formation


  • N.M. Arsentyeva
  • V.P. Busygin
  • I.I. Kharchenko.


The paper examines the mechanism of the youth behavioral patterns in the sphere of education and labor market and suggests a methodological scheme for this examination. The basic hypothesis of the dominant role the labor market plays in their formation is validated. The behavioral patterns are defined and underlying factors investigated. The typology of the youth behavioral patterns in the labor market is based on the level of their regularity. The theoretical framework of the paper is exposed to empirical testing by use of data from sociological surveys conducted at the IEIE SB RAS by the authors in 2001-2004.

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  • N.M. Arsentyeva & V.P. Busygin & I.I. Kharchenko., 2006. "The youth behavioral patterns in the sphere of education and in the labor market: mechanisms and factors of formation," Journal "Region: Economics and Sociology", Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering of Siberian Branch of RAS, vol. 1.
  • Handle: RePEc:nos:regioe:2006-1_8
    Note: Social Issues of Regional Development

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