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Empirical analysis for Russian employees’ motivation to engage in professional education

A.B. Ankudinov, O.V. Lebedev
80,00 Р

 

Andrei Ankudinov
Associate professor, Department of Organizational Finance,
 
 Oleg Lebedev
Assistant, Department of Organizational Finance,
Institute of Economics and Finance, Kazan Federal University
 
 
Results of econometric analysis for actual as well as planned participation of Russian employees in professional education programs are presented. Estimates provide comparative charasteristics of motivation to invest in advanced training in various branches of national economy.
Key words: professional education, advanced training, logit-model, World Trade Organization
 
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