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Foglalkoztatás bővítése a helyi elsődleges munkaerőpiacon

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  • Éva G. Fekete

    (University of Miskolc)

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A napjainkat átfogó globalizáció erősítette fel a területi fejlődésben a korábban visszaszorult lokalitások szerepének felértékelődését. A „glokális” gondolkodáshoz elengedhetetlen a társadalom tagjait közvetlenül körülvevő, mindennapi cselekvéseink keretét meghatározó lokalitás, annak globalizációhoz való viszonyulásának mélyebb megismerése, lokális lehetőségeink bemérése és az azok kiaknázására való felkészülés. A lokális foglalkoztatás bővítése alapvetően három fő területen segíthető elő: a helyi – főként kis – vállalkozások megerősítésével, az állam és az önkormányzatok által megvalósított közfoglalkoztatással és a szociális gazdaság társadalmi vállalkozásai által. Jelen tanulmányban az első, azaz a helyi gazdaság vállalkozásai által megvalósítható foglalkoztatás-bővítéssel foglalkozunk.

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  • Éva G. Fekete, 2013. "Foglalkoztatás bővítése a helyi elsődleges munkaerőpiacon," Eszak-magyarorszagi Strategiai Fuzetek, Faculty of Economics, University of Miskolc, vol. 10(2), pages 70-81.
  • Handle: RePEc:mic:esfjrn:v:10:y:2013:i:2:p:70-81
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    helyi gazdaságfejlesztés; foglalkoztatás;

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    • J21 - Labor and Demographic Economics - - Demand and Supply of Labor - - - Labor Force and Employment, Size, and Structure

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