Annotations of journal №10 (2014)

E.N. MAYSTRENKO, Postgraduate student of the Kuban
Institute of

International Business and Management

ECONOMIC
AND LEGAL PROBLEMS OF TOURISM AND RECREATION

AND
THEIR POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Key 
concepts:  natural  resources, 
tourism,  recreation,  tourism 
and  recreational

activities, 
the  effectiveness  of 
tourism,  legal  regulation, 
Rosturizm.  problems  of

tourism 
development,  tourism  development 
strategy  in  the 
Russian  Federation,

tourist and recreational potential of Crimea, the
Ministry of Tourism.

The article deals with the economic and legal problems
of tourist and recreational

activities in the Russian Federation, and their
possible solutions by the improvement

of the legal and regulatory framework for these
activities, and also by the active use of

the potential of regions, including the annexed
territories of Crimea.

 

A.L. ZHUKOV, Professor of the Department of Labour
Economics and

Personnel Management of the Academy of Labour and
Social Relations

(ALSR), Doctor of Economics

REMUNERATION
OF LABOUR IN THE SYSTEM OF ISTRIBUTION

OF
INCOME AMONG THE FACTORS OF PRODUCTION

Key concepts: the Constitution of the Russian
Federation, the International Labour

Organization, the Russian Labor Code, owners,
employers, trade unions, employees,

gross value added (GVA), gross domestic product (GDP),
remuneration of labour,

average wages, median wages, minimum wage.

The article deals with the distribution of gross
domestic product and gross value

added 
between  labour  and 
capital.  The  paper 
analyzes  the  factors 
affecting  the

proportion of wages in the newly created value. The
author explores the legal basis of

the relations between owners and employees in the
process of distribution of newly

created value, as well as the relations between
employers and trade unions in collective

bargaining, 
reaching  collective  agreements, 
and  regulating  their 
wages  in  these

agreements.

 

S.G. ZEMLYANUKHINA, Professor of the Department of
Economic

Theory and Labour Economics of  Yuri Gagarin State Technical

University of Saratov, Doctor of Economics;

A.A. SHCHAVLEV, Postgraduate student of  Yuri Gagarin State Technical

University of Saratov

LABOR
PRODUCTIVITY INCREASE AS A RESULT OF THE

IMPLEMENTATION
OF COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES OF EMPLOYEES

Key concepts: human resources, employee productivity,
competitive advantages,

remuneration of labour, differentiation of income.

The article studies the problem of low (compared to
developed countries) labor

productivity in the Russian economy, as well as the
possibilities of its increase as a

result  of  the 
implementation  of  competitive 
advantages  of  employees. 
Among  the

barriers to a positive solution of the problem the
author names low wages of employees

and excessive income differentiation in Russia. The
author applies an interdisciplinary

approach to the analysis of interdependence of
productivity and competitiveness of162

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и социальные отношения № 10  2014 г.

labor resources, which helps to analyze not only
economic, but also demographic,

moral and ethical aspects of the problem.

 

N.A. HUTOROVA, Professor of ALSR, Candidate of
Economics,

Associate Professor

GREEN
ECONOMY AS AN INSTRUMENT OF ECONOMIC GROWTH

STIMULATION

Key 
concepts:  green  growth, 
green  economy,  green 
finance,  ecological

modernization, sustainable development.

The 
article  uncovers  the 
concepts  of  green 
growth,  green  economy 
and  the

instruments 
of  green  growth 
financing.  The  basic 
principles  and  provisions 
of  the

concept of green growth and green economy priorities
are noted in the article. The

paper 
reveals  that  in 
the  context  of 
the  transition  to 
green  economy  ecological

modernization can be viewed as an instrument of
economic growth stimulation. The

author 
identifies  problems  and  prospects,  notes 
the  increasing  role 
of  financial

instruments 
during  the  process 
of  transition  to 
environmentally  sound,  lowcarbon

and  climateresilient  development.

 

V.A. ZINCHENKO, Postgraduate student of ALSR

TRADE
UNIONS AS PART OF CIVIL SOCIETY OF A MODERN DEMOCRATIC

STATE

Key 
concepts:  modern  developed 
state,  civil  society, 
non­governmental

organizations, groups of vital social and labor
interests, corporativistic bodies, business

associations, trade unions and associations, legalized
forms of struggle.

The article analyzes the place and role of trade
unions in the system of other public

organizations. The author shows that in a modern
democratic state, trade unions play

an essential role not only in civil society, but in
its state and political sphere as well.

 

B.D. PROMYSLOV, Professor of the Department of
Economics and

Management of ALSR, Doctor of Economics, Professor

INTEGRATION
PROCESSES OF ORGANISATION OF MANAGEMENT

AND
THEIR ROLE IN RAISING OF THE EFFICIENCY OF WORK

Key 
concepts:  production  management, 
its  organization,  models, 
integration

processes, 
their  strategy,  tactics 
and  effectiveness

The article provides a detailed analysis of the
factors of the management systems

interaction at different levels. The paper uncovers
the basic laws of formation of the

integration processes and the directions of their
transformation at the present stage of

the development of Russian national economy.

 

R.A. DOLZHENKO, Associate Professor of the Altai
Institute of Labor and

the Law (branch of ALSR), Candidate of Economics

JOB
SATISFACTION OF EMPLOYEES OF SALES OFFICES

OF A
COMMERCIAL BANK: THE EXPERIENCE OF RESEARCH

AND
MANAGEMENT

Key concepts: commercial bank, job satisfaction,
expectations of employees, sales

offices staff.

The 
article  is  based 
on  the  research 
of  job  satisfaction 
of  employees  of 
sales

offices of a branch of large commercial bank,
conducted in early 2014. The author

examines the nature of job satisfaction, the relevance
of its study. This paper analyzes

the results of the research of job satisfaction of the
bank sales offices stuff, and studies

the measures that help to enhance the level of job
satisfaction of the employees.

 

I.Z. GARAFIEV, Associate Professor of the Department
of Economics and

Finance of the Kazan Branch of ALSR, Candidate of
History;

G.I. GARAFIEVA, Associate Professor of the Department
of Economics of

Kazan National Research Technological University,
Candidate of

Economics

COMPANIES
INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL ASSESSMENT MODEL BASED ON

FEDERAL
STATE STATISTICS SERVICE DATA

Key concepts: intellectual capital, structure of
intellectual capital, indicators for the

assessment of intellectual capital components.

The article deals with the model of A. Pulik which
allows to assess the efficiency of

use of the company intellectual capital. The authors
suggest that the Pulik's model

should be supplemented with the efficiency indicators
of each of the company's capital

structure components (organizational capital and
capital of relations with stakeholders).

 

M.D. IVANOVA, Head of the Department of Accounting and
Auditing,

Buryat branch of ALSR (Ulan­Ude), Candidate of
Economics, Associate

Professor

SOME
ASPECTS OF ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SUPPORT

OF
ENVIRONMENTAL COSTS

Key 
concepts:  accounting,  costs, 
environmental  activities,  accounting 
objects,

sources of information.

This article deals with the accounting of
environmental activities costs, including

the  collection  and 
processing  of  information 
and  generalization  of 
the  rules  of

generating accounting information. For the
informational support of accounting a unified

concept of accounting objects is needed.

 

Z.Ch. KHAMIDULLINA, professor of the Department of
Accounting and

Auditing of ALSR, Candidate of Economics, Associate
Professor

INTERNATIONAL
ACCOUNTING MODELS

Key concepts: accounting systems, accounting models,
institutional environment,

accounting principles, accounting rules, financial
statements.

The 
article  discusses  the 
various  factors  and 
mechanisms  that  influence 
the

formation of international accounting systems,
principles and rules of accounting and

reporting. 
The  author  deals 
with  the  characteristic  features 
of  the  main 
existing

accounting and reporting models in the world, defined
by a number of specific features

of the state, such as its history, language, culture,
traditions, social and political situation,

the state of economic development, as well as the
commercial activities practice - the

general 
conditions  for  business 
development.  Each  model 
presents  the  distinctive

features 
of  accounting  regulation 
and  accounting  information 
users,  discusses  the

types, principles and concepts of accounting, on which
the foreign countries accounting

systems are based.

 

S.A. SKLYAROV, Researcher of ALSR, Candidate of
History

UKRAINIAN
POLITICAL ELITE AND OPPOSITION IN THE WORKS

OF
RUSSIAN SCIENTISTS IN 2003-2013

Key concepts: political crisis, opposition, political
elite, financial and industrial group,

financial and political clan, party clones,
electorate, Eurointegration, federalization,

polyarchy.

The 
publication  explores  issues 
of  studying  processes 
of  formation  and

development of the Ukrainian political elite and
opposition by Russian politologists,

historians, 
sociologists  and  lawyers 
in  20032013.  Unlike 
the  researchers  of  the

previous decade, many authors of this period not only
describe a sequence of events,

but pay more attention to the political analysis of
the processes taking place in Ukraine.

At the same time in a number of publications the
traces of tendentiousness of theТруд и социальные отношения № 10  2014 г.

authors 
are  clearly  seen, 
along  with  the 
propaganda  and  the 
attempts  not  only 
to

explore 
and  understand,  but 
also  denounce  or 
approve  the  certain 
actions  and

processes in Ukraine, as well as to prepare public
opinion in Russia and Ukraine to

the necessity of some political changes. The Orange
Revolution of 20042005 gave a

powerful impetus to the Russian research of the
Ukrainian events.

 

Y.A. GHEFTER, Associate Professor of the Department of
Labour and

Law of ALSR Candidate of Law;

O.M. MEDVEDEV, Consultant Professor of the Department
of Labour and

Law of ALSR, Doctor of Law, Professor

ON
THE CONTENT OF THE LABOUR CONTRACT AND THE PROCEDURE

OF
ITS CONCLUSION

Key 
concepts:  the  content 
of  the  labour 
contract,  conclusion  of 
employment

agreement, the actual admission to work.

The article analyzes the content of the labour
contract and the different meanings

of this term. Furthermore, the paper studies the
correlation of the moment of conclusion

of the labour contract (when the parties have agreed on
its terms) and the date of

execution of the labour contract in writing, as well
as the problems connected with the

actual admission employee to work.

 

F.I. SHARKOV, Honored Scientist of Russia, Director of
Development

and External Communications of ALSR, Doctor of Social
Sciences,

Professor

CONCEPTUAL
BASIS OF THE WELFARE STATE: PROBLEMS

AND
PROSPECTS

Key concepts: welfare state, social development, the
concept of the welfare state,

social practice, social purpose of the state, socio­political
values, national values,

rights and freedoms of citizens, the principles of the
welfare state.

The article analyzes some theoretical basis for the
implementation of social policy

and the conceptual basis of the welfare state. The author
emphasizes the importance

of the protective function of the state system, as
well as the sustainable development

of intercultural ethnopolitical communications both
within the country and abroad.

 

NGUYEN HIU KHAN, Applicant of ALSR

COLLECTIVE
AGREEMENTS IN VIETNAM ENTERPRISES: PRACTICE,

PROBLEMS,
PROSPECTS AND OBJECTIVES OF TRADE UNIONS

Key 
concepts:  Vietnamese  economy, 
Labour  Code  of 
Vietnam,  employers,

employees, trade unions, enterprise, work collective,
collective agreement, industry

agreement.

The article considers the problems that arise during
the negotiations and conclusion

of collective agreements in industrial enterprises and
sectors of economy of Vietnam.

The author gives the examples of such work, and
recommendations for improvement

of  the  current 
practice  in  the 
primary,  regional  and 
sectoral  organizations  and

associations of trade unions.

 

NGUYEN THU HA, Applicant of ALSR

TRADE
UNIONS OF VIETNAM AS PART OF SOCIAL OPPOSITION

Key concepts: society, democracy, trade unions, social
opposition.

The article discusses the role of trade unions as a
social opposition in contemporary

Vietnamese 
society.  The  author 
substantiates  their  role 
as  a  subject 
of  a  modern

democratic state, that really helps to stabilize
labour relations, eliminate deficiencies

in them and make rational decisions. It is shown, that
the trade unions' control effectively

assists the CPV and the Government of Vietnam to
develop new social and economic

relations
in the country.