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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ayush Sandji-goryaev
Factors of Ridding of Poverty in Modern Russia
Economics
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
The problem of poverty is receiving considerable attention in the economy. The aim of the research is to investigate factors which influence on the economy and poverty and to find factors of ridding of poverty.

In last two decades Russian society has undergone significant economic and social changes which have had a great influence on the composition of poverty and mobility of its representatives. Changed system and social structure entailed intense movement of people between different status positions and the mass impoverishment of a large part of society.

As a result, following results will be obtained:

1. The ability to identify particular groups of poor people

2. Different factors of ridding of poverty

3. The regression will provide information about factors of ridding of poverty too. And the most important factors are location, level of education, wage, ridding of dependents, employment.

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