The Employment and Unemployment in Romania - Decisive Factors
AbstractThe employment, but also the efficient use of the available work resources is directly connected to the work market. It is an element that can not be separated from the other elements of the work market, especially from unemployment, because if one deals with them separately, one can not cover all the aspects, particularities and effects on the work factor. There are many causes for unemployment, causes that are to be found both at the macroeconomic level and at the microeconomic level. In most of the cases, in an analysis that aims at finding the causes that have generated the unemployment, many characteristics of unemployment are taken into account and they are analysed as “types” of unemployment.
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Date of creation: 27 May 2008
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Employment; Unemployment; Wages; Intergenerational Income Distribution;
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