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Robotics and the System of Compulsory Social Insurance in the Russian Federation

ФИО студента: Irina Lugovets

Руководитель: Elena Ryabova

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Law

Программа: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Оценка: 8

Год защиты: 2020

It is widely predicted that the development of robotics will affect the labor market, contributing to the movement of labor. Some experts fear that the replacement of human labor with robots will lead to large-scale technological unemployment and social inequality. Other experts are more optimistic in their forecasts and say that at all times, technology has created more jobs than it destroyed. However, experts agree on one thing. Robotics will change the needs for social protection. In the context of robotization, non-traditional forms of employment will become relevant, so the system of compalsory social insurance should be changed in the direction of less dependence between employment contracts and the right to mandatory social security. This paper presents a forecast of changes in the Russian system of compulsory social insurance under the influence of robotics. In addition, there are proposals for the reform of the social insurance system, aimed at ensuring its sustainability and maintaining its important role in the future.

Full text (added May 10, 2020)

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