2 edition of Structural determinants of employment and unemployment found in the catalog.
Structural determinants of employment and unemployment
by Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, sold by OECD Publications Center] in Paris, [Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Contributions||Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.|
|LC Classifications||HD5701 .S68|
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|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||77371775|
Unemployment is currently the major economic concern in developed countries. This book provides a thorough analysis of the theoretical and empirical aspects of the economics of unemployment in developed countries. It emphasizes the multicausal nature of unemployment and offers a variety of approaches for coping with the problem. Contents: Unemployment: Costs and Measurement; Stocks, . The empirical analyses of the determinants of the unemployment gender gap, i.e., the determinants of the labor market transitions that primarily determine such a gap (Section ) and its decomposition (Section 4), exploit longitudinal data for Italy and the UK provided by the National Institutes of Statistics.
This study uses a set of dates on unemployment, employment, mobility, marriage, and birth, from the and rounds of the Egyptian Labor Market Panel Survey, to construct a cross-section of first-unemployment spells, and to measure selected individual-specific attributes (age, residency, cohort, and marital status) at the time of the spell. “unemployment is an excess supply of labor resulting from a failure in the market economy”. According to International Labour Organization (ILO) “unemployment is a situation of being out of work or need a job and continuously searching for it in the last four week or unemployed (age 16File Size: KB.
Elgar Online: The online content platform for Edward Elgar PublishingAuthor: T.H.W. Ziesemer, I.G.M. Loo. determinants of what is now and more ap-propriately called the structural rate of un-employment. Much of this research was summarized in the book by Richard Layard et al. (). This year has seen two new and important contributions: an in-depth empirical study by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
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The Causes of Structural Unemployment: Four Factors that Keep People from the Jobs they Deserve (Work & Society) 1st Edition. The Causes of Structural Unemployment: Four Factors that Keep People from the Jobs they Deserve (Work & Society) 1st Edition.
Find all the books Cited by: 7. 2 Measuring structural unemployment Structural unemployment is the 'natural' rate of unemployment that the economy would settle at in the long run in the absence of shocks.
Its level is determined by institutional factors and fiscal measures (unemployment benefits, tax rates) which influence the reservation wage. Empirically structural unemployment cannot be Size: KB. This paper presents empirical estimates of the policy and structural determinants of the natural rate of unemployment in Canada.
The paper begins with a discussion of structural features of the economy which impinge on the adjustment of real wages to their equilibrium level. Estimates are presented showing how the generosity of the unemployment insurance system is related to past levels of.
Structural determinants of employment and unemployment: experts' meeting, Paris, 7thth March Author: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
The labor share in Europe has been on a downward trend. This paper finds that the decline is concentrated in manufacture and among low- to mid-skilled workers.
The shifting nature of employment away from full-time jobs and a rollback of employment protection, Structural determinants of employment and unemployment book benefits and unemployment benefits have been the main : Dilyana Dimova.
Unemployment is perhaps one of the most serious social problems. In economic terms the cost of unemployment, both to the individual and to the collective, is extremely high. But unemployment has other effects too.
In this book Marie Jahoda looks beyond the obvious economic consequences, to explore the psychological meaning of employment and s: 1. In the context of the debate about cyclical and structural determinants of unemployment across Europe, one of the crucial questions is how the ‘non-accelerating inflation rate of unemployment’ – or, in short, NAIRU – has developed in European countries before and after the crisis, as the NAIRU is frequently used as a proxy for ‘structural unemployment’, determined by labor market institutions Cited by: 7.
span. The determinants of labor demand covers a wide range of factors such as: FDI, economic growth, exports, imports, guest workers, inflation and prices, factor prices, technical progress. The economic growth constitutes one of the major determinant of employment.
Sources of unemployment response to the ongoing structural change in the labour market. This article updates the earlier study, but provides a more in-depth analysis on the sectoral developments in recent years.
The rest of the article is organised as Determinants of unemployment and employmentFile Size: KB. The determinants of employment status of young graduates from a South African University Page iv ABSTRACT There has been a debate regarding the extent of graduate unemployment in South Africa and how it has affected the youth.
The main focus of this study was therefore. level economic determinants of employment and unemployment in India by focusing on North East India. Finally, the paper suggests relevant policy options for increasing employment in India in general and North East states of India in particular.
The structure of the paper is a follows. The next section explains trends and patterns ofFile Size: KB. Structural Unemployment Structural unemployment occurs when the skills, experience, and education of workers do not match job openings (Goodwin 27). Structural unemployment is a form of frictional unemployment, but it usually lasts longer.
It may encourage voluntary unemployment. Institutional UnemploymentFile Size: KB. Kaewkwan T., Determinants of Unemployment: Characteristics and Policy Responses • 43 in public enterprise it is more likely to be unemployed than seeking in private enterprise.
Determinants of Unemployment in Western Europe and possible Policy Responses Richard Jackman Professor of Economics London School of Economics People may be in employment or they may not, and only relatively few of those equal to one minus the unemployment rate (U/L) since employment and unemployment sum.
Once structural unemployment estimates have become mainstream, research that attempted to find the main drivers of employment, mainly of structural unemployment, has intensified. In the past decade several papers have attempted to explain unemployment and structural unemployment as driven mainly by institutional factors * Adrian : Adrian Otoiu, Emilia Titan.
whil e at the same time tending to increase employment and output. The paper is organised as follows. Section II presents a general discussion of the structural determinant s of the natural rate.
One of the more important structural determinant s is the generosity of the unemployment insurance system which is discussed in Section III. institutional determinants of unemployment are introduced into a reduced- form unemployment equation that is consistent with a variety of theoretical mod- els of labour market equilibrium, including standard job-search (Pissarides, )File Size: 1MB.
Structural Unemployment and Aggregate Demand: A Study of Employment and Unemployment in the United States, [Eleanor G. Gilpatrick] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Structural Unemployment and Aggregate Demand: A Study of Employment and Unemployment in the United States, Cited by: 1.
We provide evidence of the structural unemployment rate determinants in Colombia between and In the first stage, we estimate different measures of this variable including the ones that emerge from the search-theoretic, the Phillips curve and a structural vector autoregressive model.
Next, by using a fully modified ordinary least squares cointegration approach, we test the Author: Luis E. Arango, Luz A. Flórez. This Economic Paper identifies determinants of structural unemployment in 13 EU countries.
Summary for non-specialists (50 kB) Variables commonly used, in a panel setting, to explain unemployment rate developments (e.g. Bassanini and Duval (a, b)) provide similarly good fit for structural unemployment rate, as measured by the Commission.
The results revealed the most significant determinants of vulnerability in low-income countries in Africa to be age, gender, location, education, employment industry, and dependency. Calvès and Schoumaker () used retrospective data in Burkina Faso to investigate and compare the labor market outcomes of youths against the labor market Author: Adedeji Adeniran, Joseph Ishaku, Adekunle Yusuf.The Office on Socioeconomic Status is pleased to provide this annotated bibliography of resources that provide information about the structural determinants of poverty in the United States.
The annotation for each reference listed in the bibliography provides a brief summary of the item’s contents. The bibliography contains listings of relevant books, research and technical reports, and.The greater part of the book looks at the many efforts the nation has undertaken, primarily at the federal and state levels, but also at the municipal and community levels, to bring public policy to bear on the intractable problem of poverty.
The slim volume manages to cover a host of topics that include employment policyFile Size: KB.