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Informal employment of scientific and pedagogical staff of universities

O.A. Polyushkevich
80,00 Р

 

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.12-17.024

 

O.A. Polyushkevich is Cand.Sci. (Philosophy), doc. at Institute of Social Sciences of Irkutsk State University e-mail: okwook@mail.ru

 

Analyzed is the problem of informal employment of scientific and pedagogical staff of university. Examined are results of a study conducted in 2017 on territories of Siberia and the Far East in 12 cities with large universities. As a result of the research, revealed is, that 64% of scientific and pedagogical personnel are involved in informal employment. Indicated are basic forms of informal employment, i.e. tutoring, consulting services, academic gostraiting, artistic creativity. Given is their assessment, shown are impact on current state and prospects for changing social, scientific and pedagogical reproduction of society in the future, and also conducted is comparative study with the data of other authors, as well as analyzed were forms and causes of this phenomenon, and proposed are options for it’s regulation.

Key words: informal employment, scientific and pedagogical staff, labor market, university.

 

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