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Key title: Agrarnyj vestnik Urala (Online)
Abbreviated key title: Agrar. vestn. Urala (Online)

Аграрный вестник Урала № 10 (152) 2016


Фатеева Н. Б. старший преподаватель Уральский государственный аграрный университет

Мокроносов А. Г. доктор экономических наук, профессор Российский государственный профессионально-педагогический университет



 Preserving destructive processesin reproduction of labor potential of the rural territories threatens not onlythe solution of tasks of ensuring upgrade of agro-industrial complex and itstransition to an innovative way of development, but also leads to furtherdesolation, destruction of settlement network, loss of cultural traditions andemergence of various geopolitical risks. It should be noted that in recentyears the geopolitical aspect of further development of the rural territoriesand reproduction of their labor potential becomes more and more significant.The matter is that in various scenarios of further globalization of economiesthe Russian endangered, sparsely populated village began to be considered asone of possible options of dismantling the state. Unfortunately, now, there arerather strong reasons to predict further deterioration in a situation withreproduction of labor potential of the rural territories. So, if on the areasuitable for a permanent residence of people, Russia takes the fifth place inthe world, specific weight of a rural population in the total number of a worldrural population is only 0,014 %. In this regard tasks of enhancement andcreation of new innovative mechanisms of reproduction of rural labor potentialand the directions of its regulation, identification of potential allowancesand opportunities of an increment of human potential in one and all laborspheres of activity of rural society are particularly relevant for science andpractice.


Keywords: agribusiness, government programs, staffing, professional organizations, regions, rural areas, employment potential, economic impact.


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