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Social well-being as a reflection of socioeconomic inequality in the country

Kormishkina Ludmila Aleksandrovna

Doctor of Economics

Professor, Head of department of Theoretical Economics and Economic Security, N. P. Ogarev's Mordovia State University

430010, Russia, respublika Mordoviya, g. Saransk, ul. Serova, 3, kv. 48

kormishkinala@mail.ru
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Kormishkin Evgenij Danilovich

Doctor of Economics

Professor, the department of Theoretical Economics and Economic Security, N. P. Ogarev's Mordovia State University

430010, Russia, respublika Mordoviya, g. Saransk, ul. Serova, 3, kv. 48

kormishkined@mail.ru
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Ermakova Eka Revazievna

PhD in Economics

Docent, the department of Theoretical Economics and Economic Security, N. P. Ogarev's Mordovia State University

430004, Russia, respublika Mordoviya, g. Saransk, ul. Mordovskaya, 35, 195, kv. 78

eka-tsulaya@yandex.ru
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DOI:

10.25136/2409-8647.2021.3.36049

Review date:

29-06-2021


Publish date:

06-07-2021


Abstract: This article substantiates social well-being of the population as one of the key indicators of socioeconomic inequality. The author advances a scientific idea is that the system of allocation of income and national wealth formed in the post-Soviet Russia, when excessive advantages of some (small social groups) are provided at the cost of limiting functional capabilities of others (larger social groups), which severely contradicts the basic principles of inclusive society and cannot be recognized as socially fair. The conducted analysis of the peculiarities of inequality in post-Soviet Russia describes it as “socially unfair” and excessive. Such inequality negatively affects social well-being of the individuals. It is demonstrated that excessive inequality, with characteristic massive poverty (absolute and relative), in the meta-space of social well-being of the population or the Russian Federation, the prevalent type of life realization of an individual is the “negative expectations”; most significant risk factors for the worsening of social well-being are moral and emotional state of society and some status characteristics of the individual (level of education, professional activity). Using cluster analysis, the author tests the hypothesis on the impact of excessive inequality upon the level of manifestation of deviant behavior of the people in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation. Recommendations are formulated on amending the redistributive policy of the government aimed at reduction of socioeconomic inequality and improvement pf social well-being of the population.


Keywords: crime, deviant behavior, fair inequality, type of life realization, social well-being, positional competition, excessive inequality, social policy of the state, great division, redistribution policy of the state
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