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Restructuring of Ural Enterprises and Changes in the Internal Labor Market: A Sociological Perspective

  • Maria Burlutskaya
  • Olga Rybakova
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    The internal labor market is a field where the employer and the employees interact within an organization, this field being similar in its functions to the ordinary external labor market, that is, it determines the cost of manpower, and the staff movements within the enterprise, which include both horizontal and vertical mobility. The processes analyzed by economists within the framework of the concept of the internal labor market are studied in sociology as processes of intra-organizational mobility: its factors, trajectories, and the ascent opportunities of its staff.

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    Paper provided by DIW Berlin, German Institute for Economic Research in its series ESCIRRU Working Papers with number 16.

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    Length: 28 p.
    Date of creation: 2010
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    Handle: RePEc:diw:diwesc:diwesc16
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