2 edition of Review of the labour market in the Czech Republic. found in the catalog.
by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, OECD Publications and Information Center [distributor] in Paris, Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Contributions||Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Secretary-General., Centre for Co-operation with the Economies in Transition.|
|LC Classifications||HD5772.3.A6 R49 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||143 p. :|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||96117517|
The Czech Republic, alongside Poland and Romania, is recording high economic country has the lowest unemployment rate in the European Union (% in June, compared with % in Germany and % in the EU overall). The employment of foreign workers is likewise on the rise, with close to , recorded at the end of But as the country grows in appeal to both international . This study, on the role of flexibility and security on labour market performance, argues that flexicurity is the most relevant approach for Central and Eastern European countries. The book follows the pattern of analysis used in "Labour markets in transition", a previous monograph by the authors, and re-examines the different dimensions of flexibility, including flexible forms of employment.
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Review of the labour market in the Czech Republic. Paris: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development ; Washington, D.C.: OECD Publications and Information Center [distributor], © (OCoLC) The Czech labour market has undergone significant changes as a consequence of economic restructuring.
This paper analyses these changes, highlighting both the impact of the recent economic crisis and some of the longer-run determinants of the Czech labour market. The higher share of tertiary education graduates has increased the supply of by: 3. There is no straightforward answer to the question whether the labor market in the Czech Republic should be protected in cooperation with the European Union or in opposition to it.
While some EU initiatives might help protect the Czech labor market, other current trends in. Businesses in the Czech Republic will benefit from the well-educated, highly skilled labour offered by the state resulting in a diversely skilled and highly productive workforce.
Significant investments into research and development boost the appeal of the labour force and improve the state's readiness for the fourth industrial revolution.
A highly urbanised and youthful population will appeal. Večerník, Jiří, Vladislav Flek. „The Labour Market in the Czech Republic: Trends, Policies and Attitudes.“ Finance a úvěr / Czech Journal of Economics and Finance 55 (): ISSN The labour market benefits from strong economic growth After the Czech Republic overcame the mild recession of the two preceding years in and the economy gathered momentum, the unemployment rate quickly dropped from nearly 7 % to roughly 4 % in The Czech labour market was already remarkably robust even in the.
• The Czech labour market generally scores in the middle of the pack, for example as regards employment rates, and the level of job strain.
However, the Czech Republic also shows areas of relative strength and weakness. • The mainstrengths of the Czech Republic, and linked to that a low level of labour market insecurity, as well as a below. labour market measures, a sustainable pen-sion system, social peace, and investment in education, science and research.
In Maythe government established the Na-tional Reform Programme (NPR) of the Czech Republic, as a regular strategic document con-sisting of. This review of Israeli labour market and social policy finds that Israel has enjoyed strong economic growth over the last decade, but the benefits of this are being distributed unevenly.
Poverty rates are higher than in any OECD country, which reflects the deep social and economic divides in Israeli society. This paper on the Czech Republic is the second in a series of five country reports evaluating labour market performance, reform in national employment protection legislation, the role of collective bargaining in improving employment security for orkers, and labour market developments in transition countries.
Thesew. The Czech Republic has one of the best employment situations in the EU. The lowest unemployment rate; the third best employment level among year olds and the highest percentage of the male workforce employed.
Weaknesses are in the. We analyze the impact of the active labor market policies (ALMPs) and the unemployment compensation system (UCS) on unemployment durations of different groups in the Czech population by estimating hazard functions with new microeconomic data.
We conclude that these programs were effective in improving the functioning of the labor market. Czech Republic - Czech Republic - Economy: With the so-called Velvet Revolution ofCzechoslovakia freed itself of communist control and set out to adapt its command economy to the free market.
The government introduced a program based on policies of price liberalization, the opening of markets to foreign trade and investment, internal convertibility of the country’s currency. This book addresses one of the most topical and pressing areas of inequality experienced by women in the UK: inequality in the labour market.
Despite the changed and changing position of women in society there remain substantial gender differences in the labour market.
Bringing together the expertise of a range of authors, including renowned scholars and senior policy makers, it offers a. Labor Force Participation Rate in Czech Republic decreased to percent in the fourth quarter of from percent in the third quarter of Labor Force Participation Rate in Czech Republic averaged percent from untilreaching an all time high of 61 percent in the fourth quarter of and a record low of percent in the first quarter of Get this from a library.
Women at work: the status of women in the labour markets of the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland. [Eva Fodor; UN Research Institute for Social Development.;] -- This paper assesses trends in women's labour-market positions in three Central European countries from to Hungary, the Czech Republic and Poland.
For more than two decades, Ukrainian migration to the Czech Republic has been predominantly economic in nature (similarly to Poland; see Chap.
7), although nowadays the share of family reunions is also growing third-country nationals in general in the EU, most Ukrainian immigrants are employed in the secondary labour market. the Czech Republic. During the yearthe Czech Republic was home to business service centres providing jobs people.
Of these, one fifth were Czech centres employing more t people. In the past year the business service sector reported a growth of 16% adding more t new jobs to the Czech labour market. The labour market in the Czech Republic differs greatly depending on the region.
The best jobs can normally be found in the capital, Prague, although other regions are catching up. Since the Czech Republic is a relatively new member of the EU, many opportunities for. the labour market in the region of the Czech Republic in the last ten years, in the context of their economic level and degree of competitiveness.
For importance of openness of the economy, the analysis will focus primarily on foreigners in the labour market in the regions of the Czech Republic. In comparison to other CEE countries, Czech Republic has very well educated, skilled and multi-lingual labour force.
Over the last years, average annual wage has grown due to the lack of employees in the Czech labour market. On the other hand, it is coming from much lower base compared to Western Europe.
Labour cost per hour in (EUR). The number of job vacancies to the total number of jobs has been well above the EU average in the Czech Republic, which illustrates the overheating of the domestic labour market. Therefore, the current slowdown in the global economy is transmitting into the Czech labour market more slowly than expected, which is still evident by the solid wage.
The labour market economics was established on the base of the neoclassical paradigm, the fundamental elements are competitive markets with internal forces capable of reaching effective solutions, and rational subjects, maximizing utilities, profits and rents according to their preferences.
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