2 edition of Labour market dynamics in OECD countries found in the catalog.
Labour market dynamics in OECD countries
1995 by London School of Economics, Centre for EconomicPerformance in London .
Written in English
|Series||Economic performance discussion paper series / London School of Economics, Centre for Economic Performance -- no.255, Economic performance discussion paper (London School of Economics, Centre for Economic Performance) -- no.255.|
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OECD Glossary of Statistical Terms - Labour market. enables users to search for and extract data from across OECD’s many databases. Policymakers in OECD countries are aware that the need for the labour market in terms of skills is unlikely to be met by the education system products, highlighting the requirement developing the.
In this paper I investigate how the labor productivity growth is a¤ected from Labour market dynamics in OECD countries book institutions of the labor market using the empirical evidence from a panel data of OECD countries. This book offers a wide-ranging overview of the state of labour market forecasting in selected OECD countries.
Besides presenting forecasting models, the contributions provide an. OECD studies argue that there was "the tendency for the hardest hit countries to have invested relatively little in labor market programs prior to the crisis" (OECD32).
We study how product market regulations (PMR)—as measured by the OECD—affect competition by their impact on the profit persistence (Wölfl et al. in Ten years of product market reform in OECD. A closer look at the OECD/G7 average shows that the quasi stagnation of the G7 average for example is the result of the labour share increasing Author: TUAC OECD.