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Business & Finance
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    Shirley Van Buiren
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    European Communities (December 1, 1986)
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Since Japan entered stagnation period called 'The lost decade' there has been numerous studies to investigate the overall situation and trends in the labor market carried out by The Japan Institute for Labour Policy and Training (2017), OECD (2017) and other scholars such as Kambayashi & Kato (2009), Aoyagi & Ganelli (2013) and Kawaguchi (2017).

On the one hand, the SC6 data contain detailed retrospective information on education, labor market participation, and households; on the other hand, they provide yearly panel information from currently ten waves (as of May 2018)

On the one hand, the SC6 data contain detailed retrospective information on education, labor market participation, and households; on the other hand, they provide yearly panel information from currently ten waves (as of May 2018). These rich data allow numerous analyses from a life-course perspective pertaining to sociological, economic, psychological, and developmental theories.

The basic requirements of the regional labour-market to the education of graduating students are analyzed. This paper presents an empirical investigation of the determinants of labor market earnings inequality in Egypt

The basic requirements of the regional labour-market to the education of graduating students are analyzed. It is supposed that possessing of professional and management skills allows one to create investment projects. as well as to estimate their economic effect. This paper presents an empirical investigation of the determinants of labor market earnings inequality in Egypt. The relative importance of individual and regional effects on earnings inequality is assessed.

It aims at establishing cause and effect relationship between two variables by using mathematical, computational and statistical methods.

The destruction of the stability of old institutional forms and the instability of new forms endow the transitive model of the labor market with a known instability; thus the possibilities of its multivariate development are laid. The specificity of the labor market model in a country with a transitive economy depends on the choice of a general model for the development of the national economy, the degree of adherence to the existing world analogues, the diversity of specific features in the sphere of labor relations that determine the formation of its own original type of market.

Do active labour market programmes really improve labour market performance? Activation programmes reduce the number of people on benefits directly through the impact of their services on the programme participants, but also indirectly because some benefit.

Do active labour market programmes really improve labour market performance? Activation programmes reduce the number of people on benefits directly through the impact of their services on the programme participants, but also indirectly because some benefit recipients prefer to leave unemployment instead of complying with programme requirements

Amber Rudd talks about the future of the Labour Market at the Recruitment and Employment Confederation. Participation in the labour market is at record levels, with over 32 million people in work and the employment rate as high as it has ever been.

Amber Rudd talks about the future of the Labour Market at the Recruitment and Employment Confederation. Published 9 May 2019. We have the most diverse workforce ever, with more women, disabled people and those from ethnic minority backgrounds in work, bringing financial independence, purpose and confidence to millions of people who were previously sidelined. And since this government has been in office, over . million more people have entered work, on average over 1,000 people a day.

Some contend that disruption to the economy is to be expected. Others are convinced that today’s transformations will not differ substantially from previous technological revolutions

Some contend that disruption to the economy is to be expected. Others are convinced that today’s transformations will not differ substantially from previous technological revolutions. This article examines the possible impact that automation could have on the labour market and which measures could be taken to ensure sustainable social development.

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