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Challenges for Romania’s employment policy in the Real Economy

  • Marinela, Simuţ Ramona
  • Lavinia, Delcea (Săutiuţ)
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    According to the statistics released by the Romanian National Institute of Statistics, our country registered during the last years an increase of the unemployment rate. In this paper we try to establish if and how the world economic crises influenced this increase. After a short review of the established theories and models in the field, our paper analyzes the evolution of the Romanian unemployment rate during the last years, in order to identify a number of factors which determined its evolution as well as in order to point out the importance of these factors. The paper continues with a study of the employment policy promoted by the Romanian government and ends with a forecast of the unemployment rate for the immediate following period.

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    1. Boianovsky, Mauro & Presley, John R., 2009. "The Robertson connection between the natural rates of interest and unemployment," Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, Elsevier, vol. 20(2), pages 136-150, June.
    2. Bernd Fitzenberger & Alfred Garloff, 2005. "Unemployment, Labor Market Transitions, and Residual Wage Dispersion," Working Papers of the Research Group Heterogenous Labor 05-02, Research Group Heterogeneous Labor, University of Konstanz/ZEW Mannheim.
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