2 edition of How divergent is regional labour market adjustment in Poland? found in the catalog.
How divergent is regional labour market adjustment in Poland?
|Statement||Marek Góra and Hartmut Lehmann.|
|Series||Ifo Diskussionsbeiträge-Ifo discussion papers ;, no. 21, Ifo Diskussionsbeiträge ;, 21.|
|LC Classifications||HD5797.7.A6 G67 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||50 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||95191651|
Keywords: unemployment, active labour market policies, efficiency Introduction Labour market is one of the market of production factors, similarly to real estate or financial markets. Although many similarities may be indicated between them, specificity of workforce clearly distinguishes labour market and affects its . Poland - Poland - Economy: Before World War II, Poland was a free-market economy based largely upon agriculture but with a few important centres of manufacturing and mining. After the initiation of communist rule in the s, the country developed an increasingly industrial, state-run command economy based on the Soviet model. It operated within the rigid framework of Comecon (Council on.
EU labour market institutions for the future development and design of labour market policies and the labour market performance in the CEECs (chap. ). Beyond that, we examine the past development of foreign trade integration (chap. ) and foreign direct investment inte-. This chapter argues that the labour market situation in Poland was only moderately affected by the recent outflow. Nevertheless, serious long-term impacts may be in store, particularly in terms of demographic structures and regional allocation of labour on the domestic market.
various shocks and labour market reforms that took place in the European Union (EU) during the period This paper summarises the main results of WDN3 by identifying some patterns in firms’ adjustments and labour market reforms. It seeks to lay out the main lessons learnt from the survey in terms of both the general. Labour market in Poland. Paris: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.; Centre for Co-operation with Economies in.
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Gora, M & Lehmann, HFHow Divergent is Regional Labour Market Adjustment in Poland. in In Scarpetta, S. and Woergoetter, A. (eds.) The Regional Dimension of Unemployment in Transition Countries: A Challenge for Labour Market and Social Policies.
OECD, by: Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: M Gora and Hartmut Friedrich Lehmann. Young people on the labour market in Archive Young people on the labour market in 10 Publication: Labour force survey in Poland in the years Archive Labour force survey in Poland in the years 11 Table.
Short overview of the labour market. Poland is located between the Baltic Sea in the north and theSudetes and Carpathian Mountains in the south, for the most part in the basin of the Vistula and the the north, Poland shares a border with Russia and Lithuania, in the east with Belarus and Ukraine, in the south with Slovakia and the Czech Republic, and in the west with Germany.
Góra, M., & Lehman, H. (), How divergent is regional labour market adjustment in Poland. In S. Scarpetta & A. Wörgötter (Eds.), The Regional Dimension of Unemployment in Transition Countries. A Challenge for Labour Market and Social Policies, OECD. Google ScholarCited by: 7. In this paper, we ﬁrst go back to the question in the BK exercise: How have regional labor market ﬂows, including interstate migration and regional labor supply (unemployment and participation), acted as adjustment channels to regional booms and busts in recent years.
We go further than just adding 20 years to the BK exercise. adjustment that may lead to larger regional disparities than underlying fundamentals would dictate. A large body of empirical research points to either migration or labour force participation as the major chan-nel of regional labour market adjustment [Blanchard and.
a convergence of the regional labour market adjustment process in Europe and the United States. Secondly, when comparing Europe and the United States, Decressin and Fatás () did not make a distinction between regional labour market adjustment within countries and between countries, while Obstfeld and Peri () only focused on adjustment.
Poland’s working-age population is forecast to fall by up to 1% between now and Labour market participation in Poland is forecast to remain between 53% and 52% between now andbelow the EU forecast average of %. Following the EU demographic trend, Poland.
Góra, M. and Lehman, H.:How Divergent is Regional Labour Market Adjustment in Poland?, in S. Scarpetta and A. Wörgötter (eds), The Regional. Góra, M. and Lehman, H.:How Divergent is Regional Labour Market Adjustment in Poland. in S. Scarpetta and A. Wörgötter (eds), The Regional Dimension of Unemployment in Transition Countries.
A Challenge for Labour Market and Social Policies, Paris: OECD. Google Scholar. The working pattern in Poland. There are two most common working patterns in Poland: from 8 am to 4 pm, and the hours from 9 am to 5 pm, rising in popularity.
Yet the global companies work according to different rules. The enterprises that contact companies and branches located on other continents on a daily basis usually work 24/7. Jacek Męcina’s book provides a thorough analytical review of employment and labour market trends, practices and options in the recent history of Poland.
His strong call for promoting social dialogue as a basis for policy making is particularly significant. In book: Economic Growth and Structural Features of Transition, pp How Divergent is Regional Labour Market Adjustment in Poland The Regional Dimension of Unemployment in.
Over the past decade, Poland has been riding a ‘demographic wave’ of strong cohorts entering the labour market. Coupled with EU accession and cohesion policy investments, the demographic boom which culminated in Poland at around created a good basis for Poland’s strong growth performance over the past decade.
Collaboration in Research and Methodology for Official Statistics. You are here. European Commission» Eurostat» CROS» Labour Market Areas» Events» Labour Market Areas: current development and future use: Rome 16 June » Labour Market Areas in Poland. the real economy, which triggered, as in the case of Poland, a rapid labour market adjustment.
Since large differences have been observed in the pace of economic recovery between EU member states, which was reflected in a high variability of the GDP growth rate as well as labour market conditions. Some countries recovered. In Poland, labour courts are competent for all legal proceedings between employers and employees.
Claims arising out of employment relationships are decided by labour courts, which constitute separate organisational units of district or regional courts. What procedure applies to. Employment in Poland's enterprise sector, which concerns units employing more than 9 persons, declined by an annual percent to million people in June ofafter falling percent in the prior month but less than market expectations of a percent slump.
It was the steepest decline in corporate employment since available records began in January ofamid the effects of. Poland: Negative surprises in the labour market Both corporate wages and employment came in below market expectations in August and we think this emphasises labour shortages.
Expect the increase in wages in 4Q18 to be relatively small. annual review / Michał Polakowski. - Bratislava: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Regional Project on Labour Relations and Social Dialogue, . - 17 S. = KB, PDF-File.Poland’s demographic structure also affects unemployment rates, because the s baby boom generation is now in the labour market.
Low average education levels are another factor, particularly in causing low mobility and low labour market activity. Unemployment rates are higher among the less educated, who also tend to remain unemployed longer.to sustaining labour force participation and boost economic growth.
15 16 17 18 19 No change scenario Convergence in participation rates Convergence in intensity of labour market participation 0 10 20 30 50 % Median Bottom 10% Top 10% Closing the Gender Gap ACT NOW POLAND.