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Title: State policy of formation of wages budget in Russia
Authors: Moisees, V. V.
Sudorgin, O. A.
Nirtsevich, V. F.
Glagolev, S. N.
Keywords: Authors of BSTU
Public policy
May decrees of President
Strategy 2020
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Published by Future Academy
Abstract: This article discusses the causes and conditions of wage differentiation in modern Russia. On the basis of numerous facts and figures, including examples of school teachers’ and higher school teachers’ salaries, it shows the state policy on the formation of state employees’ wages. The authors argue that, despite the multifactorial problem, including the fall in oil prices, Western sanctions, etc., the state wage policy has real prospects for the successful implementation of the planned programs. These are the adopted implementation programs, the importance of the fulfilment of the May decrees of the President and the Strategy for Socio-Economic Development of the Russian Federation till 2020. In article 7 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation adopted by the general national voting on December 12, 1993 it is stipulated that the Russian Federation is a social state whose policy is directed to the creation of conditions providing welfare life and freedom of development of each person. From the Constitution we deduce that the main goal of the social state is to create welfare living conditions to all citizens. Frankly speaking in the last two decades in Russia certain attempts have been made to create conditions for life improvement of the citizens. In the Russian Federation, labour and health of the people are protected. A minimum salary index has been established, provision for family support, childhood and motherhood, disabled people and senior citizens, the system of social services is developing, pensions, grants and other guarantees of social support have been established.
Description: State policy of formation of wages budget in Russia / V. V. Moisees [et al.] // International Conference on Research Paradigsm Transformation in Social Sciences (RPTSS 2017). - 2017. - P. 924-932
Appears in Collections:Economical and human sciences

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