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Porezanova E. V. Аsynergism in the Sphere of Social Relations in Russia. Izv. Saratov Univ. (N. S.), Ser. Economics. Management. Law, 2018, vol. 18, iss. 3, pp. 248-? DOI:


Аsynergism in the Sphere of Social Relations in Russia

Introduction. In modern conditions, the non-synergetic nature of social relations in Russia is of great importance. It is necessary to analyze the causes and consequences of synergism in the sphere of social relations in Russia. This determines the relevance of the study. Theoretical analysis. Synergism implies asynchrony in the interaction of social actors. Its causes are: ill-conceived economic policy in the field of reducing social inequality, social instability, weakening of the role of the state in the economy, polarization of interests of participants in social processes. These reasons lead to the formation of social contradictions in the economy. The main contradictions in social relations are: the contradiction between the need for wage growth and a sharp decline in real wages in the post-crisis period, between the public interest and their own interests, between the need to strengthen the role of the state in social relations and the weakening of the role of the state in modern conditions. Discussion of results. At the same time, the mechanism for resolving social contradictions can be strengthening the zone of responsibility of the state in the conditions of destabilization of social processes, the development of a promising policy to reduce social inequality.


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