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Three Stages of Czech Labor Market Transition: Reallocation, Incentives and EU Standards

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  • Stepan Jurajda

Recent work on the following three aspects of labor market transition in the Czech Republic is presented: (i) reallocating workers and jobs from post-communist firms to newly started enterprises, (ii) providing incentives for human capital investment decisions, and (iii) coming to terms with anti-discrimination legislation motivated by the looming EU accession. Each chapter provides not only a detailed study of the Czech case, but also a direct comparison to results from other countries.

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This book is provided by The Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education - Economics Institute, Prague in its series CERGE-EI Books with number b02 and published in 2003.
Edition: 1
Handle: RePEc:cer:ecpubl:b02
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