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A Quantitative Approach On Labour Force In Romania In 2003 -2011

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  • ZAHARIA MARIAN

    (Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti, Romania)

  • BALACESCU ANIELA

    („Constantin Brancusi” University of Targu Jiu, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Romania)

In this article we present a quantitative approach to employment in Romania. In 2003 - 2011, the three main indicators of labour: Total Labour Force Resource (TLFR) Civilian Employment (CE) and Civil Economically Active Population (CEAP) had an oscillating evolution, but not necessarily simultaneous evolution. To better highlight how these indicators have evolved in the period under review we determined their dynamic indices and we have seen that the largest variations are recorded the Indices of Civilian Employment (ICE). The increases and decreases of ICE describe the characteristics of the Romanian economy evolution in period under review In the second part of the article we are surprised the significant structural changes in the civilian employed population who have reduced activity of branches and the emergence and growth of others.

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Article provided by Constantin Brancusi University, Faculty of Economics in its journal Constatin Brancusi University of Targu Jiu Annals - Economy Series.

Volume (Year): 4II (2012)
Issue (Month): (December)
Pages: 63-68

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  1. Kavkler, Alenka & Danacica, Daniela-Emanuela & Babucea, Ana Gabriela & Bicanic, Ivo & Bohm, Bernhard & Tevdovski, Dragan & Tosevska, Katerina & Borsic, Darja, 2009. "Cox Regression Models for Unemployment Duration in Romania, Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, and Macedonia," Journal for Economic Forecasting, Institute for Economic Forecasting, vol. 6(2), pages 81-104, June.
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