Kyrgyz Labour Market in the Late 1990s: The Challenge of Formal Job Creation
AbstractThe persistence of widespread poverty in the Kyrgyz Republic seems to be due to the presence of a large pool of jobless and discouraged workers, as well as to the low level of formal job creation. This has prevented informal jobholders from moving from a situation of mere survival into a better economic position. Addressing the problem of low formal job creation requires removing the many institutional barriers that prevent the development of small and medium enterprises in the country. Comparative Economic Studies (2003) 45, 493–519. doi:10.1057/palgrave.ces.8100030
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