The relationship of wage labor and capital and its development in the forms of social partnership

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The interaction of labor and capital is an important factor for the success of any business of any size: fromsmall business to large and state one. The nature of the relationship between labor and capital determines in many respects
both the efficiency of production, economic growth, the increase in people's well-being, and the social and economic stability of society as a whole.
The aim of the study is to identify current changes in the relationship between wage labor and capital and to characterize their regulation through the mechanism of social partnership. The objectives of the study are the following:
to identify the features of the relationship between wage labor and capital in the 20-21 centuries, to identify the main features of the social contract between the employee and the business in the new conditions of production; analyze the
rate of exploitation of the employee by capital; suggest correction methods using the ideology and practice of social partnership. A number of developed countries and the Russian Federation were chosen as objects of analysis. We used the open data of the International Labor Organization (ILO), the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the American Economic Policy Institute (EPI), the OECD, the Rosstat agency.
The study is based on a theoretical analysis of economic theory and a review of the scientific literature on this topic. Empirical data reflects the change in the relationship between labor and capital in the new conditions of post-industrialism. Statistical analysis shows that the level of exploitation in countries with a neoliberal (Anglo-Saxon) market economy is higher than in European countries of general welfare. A real negotiation process could maintain a balance between business efficiency and the protection of workers' rights. The results of the study can be used for theoretical studies as well as for predicting socio-economic changes. State institutions can use the results to improve the effectiveness of their programs in the labor market.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe 11th international scientific conference "New Challenges of Economic and Business Development – 2019: Incentives for Sustainable Economic Growth"
Subtitle of host publicationProceedings
Place of PublicationRiga
PublisherИздательство Латвийского университета
Pages783-794
ISBN (Print)9789934184284
Publication statusPublished - May 2019
EventNew Challenges of Economic and Business Development – 2019: Incentives for Sustainable Economic Growth: International Scientific Conference - Riga
Duration: 16 May 201918 May 2019

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ConferenceNew Challenges of Economic and Business Development – 2019: Incentives for Sustainable Economic Growth
CountryLatvia
CityRiga
Period16/05/1918/05/19

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Wages
Social partnership
Labor
Exploitation
Employees
European countries
Economic theory
Economic stability
Factors
Production economics
Negotiation process
Russia
Business efficiency
Theoretical analysis
Statistical analysis
Ideology
Economic growth
Well-being
Market economy
Social contract

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Spiridonova, N. (2019). The relationship of wage labor and capital and its development in the forms of social partnership. In The 11th international scientific conference "New Challenges of Economic and Business Development – 2019: Incentives for Sustainable Economic Growth": Proceedings (pp. 783-794). Riga: Издательство Латвийского университета.
Spiridonova, Nataliia . / The relationship of wage labor and capital and its development in the forms of social partnership. The 11th international scientific conference "New Challenges of Economic and Business Development – 2019: Incentives for Sustainable Economic Growth": Proceedings. Riga : Издательство Латвийского университета, 2019. pp. 783-794
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Spiridonova, N 2019, The relationship of wage labor and capital and its development in the forms of social partnership. in The 11th international scientific conference "New Challenges of Economic and Business Development – 2019: Incentives for Sustainable Economic Growth": Proceedings. Издательство Латвийского университета, Riga, pp. 783-794, Riga, 16/05/19.

The relationship of wage labor and capital and its development in the forms of social partnership. / Spiridonova, Nataliia .

The 11th international scientific conference "New Challenges of Economic and Business Development – 2019: Incentives for Sustainable Economic Growth": Proceedings. Riga : Издательство Латвийского университета, 2019. p. 783-794.

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Spiridonova N. The relationship of wage labor and capital and its development in the forms of social partnership. In The 11th international scientific conference "New Challenges of Economic and Business Development – 2019: Incentives for Sustainable Economic Growth": Proceedings. Riga: Издательство Латвийского университета. 2019. p. 783-794