Article 23413

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PROSPECTS OF EMPLOYMENT IN SCIENCE-INTENSIVE INDUSTRIES 

Authors

Volodin Viktor Mikhaylovich, Doctor of economic sciences, professor, sub-department of management, Penza State University (40 Krasnaya street, Penza, Russia), ieu@pnzgu.ru
Skvortsova Valentina Alekseevna, Doctor of economic sciences, professor, sub-department of economics, history and politics, Penza State University (40 Krasnaya street, Penza, Russia), va_skvortsova@mail.ru
Skvortsov Aleksey Olegovich, Candidate of economic sciences, associate professor, sub-department of economics, history and politics, Penza State University (40 Krasnaya street, Penza, Russia), skvortsov_84@mail.ru 

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Abstract

Background. Extensive application of information, knowledge and high technologies in production calls forth the study of the changes that occur in models and forms of employment in science-intensive industries. Informatization and intellectualization of production increase the requirements to educational and qualification level of employees and provide opportunities for individual and remote forms of organization of labour and employment. The goal of the study is to analyze the change of models of labour relations and diversification of forms of employment in science-intensive industries.
Materials and methods. Implementation of the goal of the study was achieved on the basis of the analysis of new labour and property relations in science-intensive industries, as well as examination of technological progress influence on scale and structure of employment, statistics of employment and unemployment, quantity of working places, changes of social structure. Methodology includes the methods of comparative and historical and logical analysis, which allows to compare traditional models and forms of employment and individual and remote forms of organization of labour and employment in science-intensive industries.
Results. The authors investigated the peculiarities of labour and property relations in science-intensive production, technological progress influence on scale and structure of employment which is reflected in displacement of human skill by equipment in all sectors and branches of the economy not only in material production but also in science-intensive industries, new models of organization of labour and employment in science-intensive industries.
Conclusions. Examination allows to reveal the change of status of workers as the owners of labour force and intellectual capital, directions of modification of models and forms of employment in scienceintensive industries that are influenced by information revolution, tendency of deviation from hired labour to individual and remote forms of organization of labour and employment.

Key words

science-intensive industries, intellectual capital, model of employment, traditional employment, remote employment. 

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