Innovación Social en las universidades al servicio de la sostenibilidad. Circular Society Lab como estudio de caso
Social Innovation in universities at the service of sustainability. Circular Society Lab as a case study
Digitalization of public life has a serious impact on the development of social and labor relations. In spite of the fact that digitalization has many positive effects, we can point out that the issue of employment precarization is coming to the fore and it is reflected in the growth of vulnerability and social insecurity among workers. This trend is manifested to the fullest extent in the Russian society. In this regard our paper considers theoretical and practical issues of employment precarization in Russia in the context of its rapid digitalization. In the course of our analysis we clarify the concept of precarious employment, identify digitalization trends and the extent and causes of instability in the social and labor sphere. In particular, we have found out that more and more people are involved in unstable labor relations against the background of the rapidly forming digital environment in the country.
Keywords: social innovation, universities, sustainability transitions, circularity, case study.
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