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Record #94816:

Some economic and social problems related to improving the effectiveness of northern development / Vladimir I. Pavlenko.

Title: Some economic and social problems related to improving the effectiveness of northern development / Vladimir I. Pavlenko.
Author(s): Pavlenko, Vladimir I.
Date: [1988?]
Language: Russian transliteration entered into original records using BGN/PCGN 1947 romanisation of Russian; Cyrillic text in MARC 880 field(s) reverse transliterated from this by automated process; BGN/PCGN 1947 text then upgraded to Library of Congress romanisation.
In: Problems of the North. ([1988?]), Vol. 21 ([1988?])
Abstract: Examines development of transport and status of certain social problems, especially availability of labour resources and securing of new workers in context of intensive economic activity. In Soviet north, transport costs are 60% of prime cost of industrial production, mainly because of dependence on seasonal forms of transport. Possible to view indigenous population and those who have taken early retirement as reserve labour source for newly developing industrial sectors. Comments on advantages of employing those who are already genetically adapted to socio-economic conditions of north; should not aim at retention of all new arrivals. Discusses higher wage levels and higher cost of living, availability of housing (including transportable housing for native population engaged in traditional pursuits), nursery schools, medical services, advanced training schemes, rationalization of settlement system (in form of industrial centres, "support" cities, and permanent base settlements). Translated from Problemy Severa, 1983, Vol.21, p.43-51.
Notes:

Problems of the North. Vol. 21 :61-72 ([1988?]).

Keywords: 325.1 -- Immigration.
330.02 -- Economic development.
330.524 -- Natural resources.
331.2 -- Wages and salaries.
333.32 -- Housing problems.
338.585.3 -- Living costs.
37 -- Education.
374 -- Education, adult.
613.11 -- Acclimatization.
656 -- Transport services.
69 -- Building construction and materials.
711.4 -- Settlements and stations.
J -- Social sciences.
(*50) -- Soviet Union.
SPRI record no.: 94816

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