Economic And Social Challenges In A Global Environment. Labour Market Changes In Romania. Factors, Causes, Adjustment Mechanisms
The reform of labour market and the modification of the human capital management model evolved unsteadily, much behind the demand from the economic and social environment. Labour market was pushed to a secondary plane, considering that the adjustment of the other markets would cause necessary changes for ensuring the functioning of the labour market. Now, Romania is involved in consolidating the market economy, which requires integrated procedures of dealing with the policies able to respond efficiently to challenges. Similarly to the economic reform, the chances in the labour market were gradual but there were no coherence and no correlation of the measures taken, which caused non-typical behaviours, often contrary to reforms.
Volume (Year): 26 (2008(XVIII))
Issue (Month): 1(35) (June)
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