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Author
Gawrońska-Nowak Bogna, Skorupińska Katarzyna
Title
Elastyczność rynku pracy a charakter instytucji w krajach europejskich
Labor Market Flexibility and Institutions in European Countries
Source
Gospodarka Narodowa, 2006, nr 3, s. 23-40, bibliogr. 30 poz.
Keyword
Rynek pracy, Mobilność siły roboczej, Instytucje rynku pracy, Płace realne
Labour market, Labour force mobility, Labour market institutions, Real wages
Abstract
Sztywność rynku pracy, nazywana też brakiem jego elastyczności, od dawna traktowana jest jako ważny czynnik, który ma istotny negatywny wpływ na sytuację na rynku pracy w Europie. Celem tego opracowania jest przedstawienie zmiennych wpływających na zróżnicownie elastyczności rynku pracy w krajach OECD, ze zwróceniem szczególnej uwagi na państwa "starej" UE. Analiza obejmuje zarówno tradycyjne podejście do elastyczności oparte na zależności między płacami realnymi a wydajnością pracy, jak również podejście obejmujące instytucjonalny aspekt elastyczności rynku pracy.

Labor market inflexibility has long been seen as an important factor with a negative influence on European labor markets. The article aims to present factors determining the flexibility of labor markets in OECD countries, with a special focus on "old" EU member states. The analysis covers both a traditional approach to labor market flexibility based on the relationship between real wages and productivity and an approach covering the institutional aspect of labor market flexibility.
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ISSN
0867-0005
Language
pol
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