Assessment of Labour Potential of a Region in the Context of Ensuring Equilibrium of the Labour Market Structure
AbstractThe article offers methodological foundations of identification of an integral indicator of assessment of labour potential of a region, namely: it develops a scheme of assessment and allocates indicators - stimulators and de-stimulators, which form the structure of a complex assessment of the labour potential. The article offers to assess the state of labour potential of a region, taking into account three components (demographic, economic and educational), based on calculations of a multi-dimensional mean value. The developed methods were used for an assessment of labour potentials of the districts of the Donetsk oblast in dynamics for 2007 - 2011. It is established that the maximum integral indicator in 2011 among the districts of the Donetsk oblast was in the Maryinskiy district and the minimum one - in the Novoazovsk district. The article conducts a classification of the districts of the Donetsk oblast by the value of integral indicator of the labour potential (it allocates districts with a low level of labour potential, districts with an average level of labour potential and districts with a high level of labour potential), which should be taken into account when grounding the regional development strategy, development of the personnel policy and directions of balancing the regional labour force market.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by RESEARCH CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS of NAS (KHARKIV, UKRAINE), Kharkiv National University of Economics in its journal Business Inform.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 9 ()
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labour potential; labour force market; assessment of labour potential; equilibrium of the regional labour force market;
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