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Analysis of factors and directions of overcoming the poverty of Russian pensioners in modern conditions

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Pages: 
209-216
UDC Code: 
336.02; 338.2
Authors: 
Dorofeev Mikhail L. Candidate of Economic Sciences  (dorofeevml@yandex.ru)

The reform of the pension system in Russia began in the 90s and continues to this day. Within the framework of national development, the Government is struggling with the poverty of the population, and one of the problems in this context is the poverty of pensioners. Currently, in Russia, as in many other countries, there is a rather complex pension system burdened with a number of serious imbalances. The urgency of continuing to reform or completely replace this system is due to a number of objective reasons, including digitalization, changes in the structure of the labor market, the development of green energy and geopolitical events. The purpose of this article is to analyze the classification of factors affecting the income level of Russian pensioners, and to substantiate the directions of overcoming poverty in modern conditions.

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