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Author
Góra Marek
Title
Trwale wysokie bezrobocie w Polsce. Wyjaśnienia, propozycje
Persistency of High Unemployment in Poland. Reflections, Analytical Considerations and Some Suggestions
Source
Ekonomista, 2005, nr 1, s. 27-48, bibliogr. 22 poz.
Keyword
Rynek pracy, Bezrobocie, Stopa bezrobocia, Przyczyny bezrobocia
Labour market, Unemployment, Unemployment rate, Reasons of unemployment
Abstract
Analiza informacji i poglądów na temat polskiego rynku pracy. Przedstawiono jaki jest rzeczywisty poziom bezrobocia w Polsce. Szczególną uwagę autor poświęcił instytucjonalnej strukturze rynku. Podkreśla, iż przyczyny trale wysokiego bezrobocia w Polsce są głównie instytucjonalne. Omówiono, jaki wpływ na sytuację na rynku pracy mają takie czynniki jak: ochrona zatrudnienia, opodatkowanie pracy i pośrednictwo pracy. Przedstawiona próba diagnozy przyczyn trwale wysokiego bezrobocia w Polsce pozwala sformułować pewne wnioski, które mogłyby odpowiadać na pytanie, co należy przedsięwziąć, aby trwale obniżyć stopy bezrobocia.

Persistent high unemployment in Poland is mainly caused by institutional factors. Actual GDP growth rate and its fluctuations exert much smaller impact. In Poland the effects of such a situation are stronger than in other EU countries. Higher labour supply growth causes the need to modernise the labour market's institutional structure more challenging than in other European countries. The situation is aggravated by the low activity rate which is a more difficult problem than high unemployment itself. Low activity is a cause rather than the effect of high unemployment. A deep institutional reform of the labour market is required to reduce the unemployment rate to one digit level.(original abstract)
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0013-3205
Language
pol
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