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Sociological Monitoring Survey of Wages, Income, Poverty and Social Inequality
[Социологическое Мониторинговое Обследование Заработных Плат, Доходов, Бедности И Социального Неравенства]

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  • Maleva, Tatyana Mikhailovna (Малева, Татьяна Михайловна)

    () (Russian presidental academy of national economy and public administration (RANEPA))

  • Avraamova, Elena (Авраамова, Елена)

    () (Russian presidental academy of national economy and public administration (RANEPA))

  • Kirillova, M. K. (Кириллова, М. К.)

    () (Russian presidental academy of national economy and public administration (RANEPA))

  • Burdyak, Alexandra (Бурдяк, Александра)

    () (Russian presidental academy of national economy and public administration (RANEPA))

  • Tyndik, Alla (Тындик, Алла)

    () (Russian presidental academy of national economy and public administration (RANEPA))

  • Grishina, Elena E. (Гришина, Елена Е.)

    () (Russian presidental academy of national economy and public administration (RANEPA))

  • Loginov, Dmitriy (Логинов, Дмитрий)

    () (Russian presidental academy of national economy and public administration (RANEPA))

  • Eliseeva, Marina A. (Елисеева, Марина А.)

    () (Russian presidental academy of national economy and public administration (RANEPA))

Abstract

The problem of social and economical inequality of the Russian population - its nature, scope and prospects for reduction - are the most acute questions that pose the contours of contemporary social policy. Although the relevance of the research subject and a number of domestic and foreign experts referring to it, there are many gaps associated with lack of available methodological approaches, and also with the lack of clarity of laws that describe the current social and economic dispositions. The present study, the aim of which is the development and testing in pilot mode of monitoring of the social inequalities of the Russian population in the context of its basic economic categories (income and payroll), is implemented on the basis of a conceptual approach, which is based on the idea of isolating and analyzing the concentration of signs of the social strata.

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  • Maleva, Tatyana Mikhailovna (Малева, Татьяна Михайловна) & Avraamova, Elena (Авраамова, Елена) & Kirillova, M. K. (Кириллова, М. К.) & Burdyak, Alexandra (Бурдяк, Александра) & Tyndik, Alla (Тындик, А, 2014. "Sociological Monitoring Survey of Wages, Income, Poverty and Social Inequality [Социологическое Мониторинговое Обследование Заработных Плат, Доходов, Бедности И Социального Неравенства]," Published Papers om27, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
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