Socio-Economic Typology of Employment: Labour and Educational Constituents

Friday, 3 July 2015: 2:15 PM-3:45 PM
TW2.1.02 (Tower Two)
Arkadiy Tuchkov, St. Petersburg State Economic University, Saint-Petersburg, Russia; Leningrad State University n.a. A.S.Pushkin, Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Traditional approach to employment relation rests upon analysis of market demand/supply interactions partly resulting in organization/net structures. Radical approach tends to take into account essential parameters of labour process resulting in comparative powers of corresponding actors. Institutional approach tends to reconcile power/structural weights in different employment patterns.

     Contrary to this approach socio-economic approach to employment originates from prevailing set of socio-economic interactions. Diverse types of interactions are connected with different labour inputs, roles and results. Repetition of certain interactions provides a basis of (labour) process institutionalization, capital formation and (labour) market segmentation.

   This approach lets to unite process, market and institutional sides of employment relation. Different interactions have distinct basis in the set of fundamental employment institutions. On the other hand they play the leading role in life learning education (in the broad sense of the word) and it’s environment.

    Elaboration of socio-economic typology of employment lets to solve a number of contradictions connected with the so-called gray zone of the labour. It also helps to overpass existing gap between researches in the field of employment and education.