Proceedings of the IX International Scientific and Practical Conference “Current Problems of Social and Labour Relations" (ISPC-CPSLR 2021)

The 9th International Scientific and Practical Conference, "Actual problems of social and labour relations" was held on December 16, 2021. The main organisers are the Dagestan Federal Research Centre and the Institute of Socio-Economic Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The head of the ISER DFRC of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Kutaev Shikhragim Kutaevich, Doctor of Economics, addressed the participants with a welcoming speech. The event was moderated by the Head of the Department of Population Reproduction and Labour Resources, Gimbatov Sh.M., PhD in Economics.

At the online meeting of the conference, 11 scientists and practitioners in the field of socio-economic research from scientific and educational organisations from various Russian cities (Moscow, St. Petersburg, Arzamas, Samara, Grozny, Baku, Donetsk, etc.), and researchers and representatives of foreign research institutions from countries such as Spain, Lithuania, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Ukraine made presentations. More than 50 people from different regions of the country and the world took part in the discussion online as listeners.

The range of research issues of the speakers' presentations was related to considering the problems of the formation of social and labour relations in various spheres of our life. The issues of labour market development, management of labour resources and personnel of enterprises, problems of higher education organisation, reproduction of personnel and labour resources, issues of demographic development and behaviour of the population in various regions were discussed. The conference participants widely covered the issues of the formation of adaptation strategies of different groups of the population, their behavioural characteristics and the problems of individual socialisation across various life conditions and circumstances.

In general, the reports sent to the conference organising committee dealt with the problems of social, economic and institutional development in the context of modern challenges, including the spread of novel coronavirus infection. More than 100 scientific papers were sent to the organising committee to participate in the conference; 76 were accepted for publication. In total, approx. 300 scientists took part in the conference.