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PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 2 (50), 2014
ISSUES OF ECONOMIC THEORY. MACROECONOMICS
Kislitsyna O. A.
Head of the laboratory of theory and methodology of analysis of interaction between social and economic factors, Institute of Social and Economic Studies of Population Institute of Socio-economic Problems of Population, Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow), PhD (Economics), Professor

Levelling of socio-economic inequality as a condition for the solution of Russia’s demographic problem (Russia, Moscow)
The article presents empirical proof of the negative impact of socio-economic inequality upon the aggregate indices of population’s health and emergence of social problems. The author also discusses the key theories explaining the relation between socio-economic differentiation and the well-being of the society
Key words: inequality, mortality, social problems, psycho-social process, social capital
Pages: 103 - 105



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