Russian Labor Relations and Labor Mentality in the Conditions of Market Transformation

Sobolev E.N.


In the post-Soviet time direct impact of the state on social and labor relations was radically diminished. The state actually refused to control the actions of an owner at a private enterprise. The private enterprises came under the authoritarian management with typical domination-subordination relations. As a result the social and economic state of a private enterprise worker became fully determined by an owner.


Russia in the early 21st century, Russian economy, market transformation, labor productivity, labor relations, labor mentality.

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