Poverty in Transition and Transition in Poverty: Recent Developments in Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Georgia, Russia, Mongolia

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Chapter Five
THE RUSSIAN CASE Social Policy Concerns

G. Pirogov and S. Pronin* Institute for Comparative Socio-Political and Labor Studies Russian Academy of Sciences


Introduction

Russian society is going through a series of economic and social adjustments. This process of adjustment is very painful. The sudden switch from a state-controlled economy to a market-oriented economy has been traumatic for the people. It has also caused problems for the administration, which has had to reorient itself to meet the challenges of the new situation. While a new system of labor relations is emerging, the majority of the population still subconsciously feels inclined to act in accordance with the behavior patterns of the previous system. Such an incongruity between the expected and persistent behavior patterns creates a situation of tension.

The labor skills, professional knowledge, physical and intellectual abilities that were previously downgraded or not utilized have assumed a new importance in the changed scenario. Those who are highly skilled and, therefore, have market value abroad, are adapting to the world system; several others have become disadvantaged because their skills are not internationally saleable. Such workers are getting involved in the system of secondary employment, which operates both legally and illegally. Such an adjustment to the new conditions is accompanied by the

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The authors are thankful to the director of the Institute, Professor T. Timofeev.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction 1
  • Bibliography 31
  • Chapter One - Recent Trends in Poverty in Hungary 32
  • Bibliography 75
  • Chapter Two - Emerging Poverty in Bulgaria 77
  • Bibliography 100
  • Chapter Three - Poverty in Romania 102
  • Conclusion 126
  • Bibliography 128
  • Chapter Four - Toward Poverty Eradication in Georgia 130
  • Appendix 172
  • Bibliography 175
  • Acknowledgment 176
  • Chapter Five - The Russian Case Social Policy Concerns 177
  • Bibliography 220
  • Chapter Six - Mongolia in the Grip of Poverty 223
  • Conclusion 253
  • Bibliography 255
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