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original: A short-term forecasting model for sectoral regional employment

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  • F. Javier TrÎvez

    (Departamento de AnÂlisis EconÕmico, Facultad de Ciencias EconÕmicas y Empresariales, Gran Via 2-4, E-50005 Zaragoza, Spain)

  • Jesßs Mur

    (Departamento de AnÂlisis EconÕmico, Facultad de Ciencias EconÕmicas y Empresariales, Gran Via 2-4, E-50005 Zaragoza, Spain)

Abstract

Problems associated with employment have become a major issue in regional economics, especially in those countries, such as Spain, where unemployment represents a serious threat to regional stability. In this context, the purpose of our paper is twofold: first, to develop a prediction instrument for regional employment, one which should be flexible and efficient; secondly, to use this instrument in order to make a short term forecast of sectoral regional employment (and the labour force) of a characteristic region of Spain, namely AragÕn.

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  • F. Javier TrÎvez & Jesßs Mur, 1999. "original: A short-term forecasting model for sectoral regional employment," The Annals of Regional Science, Springer;Western Regional Science Association, vol. 33(1), pages 69-91.
  • Handle: RePEc:spr:anresc:v:33:y:1999:i:1:p:69-91
    Note: Received: November 1996 / Accepted: November 1997
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