Theory Forms in Unemployment
This article aims to develop a group of Romanian counties, using classification techniques forms uncontrolled, depending on several variables that affect unemployment, with Ward's algorithm and distance Cebashev type and complete aggregation technique. The approach aims to establish common features and highlighting the phenomenon of regional typologies labor vacancy. In our study, considering the simultaneous criteria for classification and ranking of unemployed based on the features that define the economic criteria and / or demographics. Identification of unemployed belonging to certain classes with well defined individuality allows better correlation of unemployment phenomenon with other socio-economic phenomena such as: fitness for a particular type of retraining, crime control, optimal allocation of resources to areas and territorial, the evolution of living standards.
Volume (Year): 60 (2012)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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