The emergence of open unemployment is an unavoidable consequence of postcommunist transition. Some countries-notably in the former Soviet Union-initially slowed economic contraction. But in the longer run slower reformers have generally sustained deeper and more prolonged recessions than faster reforming central European countries. Moreover, the initially low unemployment rates in the former Soviet Union are now rising, and may stabilise at higher post-transition equilibrium rates than in Central Europe.Skills are typically measured by the type of job performed, for example manual or non-manual, skilled or unskilled, and so on. ... about European unemployment, it has been argued that one of the primary causes of rise in aggregate level of unemployment has been a ... However, Jackman et aL I1997I find that only a negligible part of rise in European unemployment can be attributed to this imbalance inanbsp;...
|Title||:||Unemployment in Transition|
|Author||:||Janice Bell, Tomasz Mickiewicz|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-09-13|