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Anikin V.A. Motivation to work in Russia: the case of protracted transition from non-competitive to competitive system



Anikin V.A. Motivation to work in Russia: the case of protracted transition from non-competitive to competitive system // The Journal of Comparative Economic Studies. 2013. Vol. 8. P. 35-60.

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Anikin V.A. Motivation to work in Russia: the case of protracted transition from non-competitive to competitive system // The Journal of Comparative Economic Studies. 2013. Vol. 8. P. 35-60.

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This paper aims to determine what challenges Russia faces upon transitioning to a competitive system. As a main characteristic of the labour force, the motivation to work is studied in terms of three dimensions: 1) the value of current work, 2) orientation to a potential job, and 3) aspirations with respect to work. Analysis revealed the existence in Russia of homogeneous groups of workers, in terms of their motivation; this status quo is typical of both late-industrial and postindustrial societies. The author therefore argues for the complexity of ‘competitive areas’ and the simplicity of ‘noncompetitiveness’ in contemporary Russia. Meanwhile, the socioeconomic limitations to the proliferation of intrinsic and nonhygiene motivations on the one hand, and the predominance of monetary and extrinsic motivations on the other, provide evidence that one should consider Russia a country in protracted transition.

Ключевые слова:

transition modernization motivation to work labour force russia

Авторы:

Аникин В.А.

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Социология
Социология культуры



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