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Author
Pelle Dorota
Title
Integracja monetarna a droga do europejskiego rynku pracy
Source
Bank i Kredyt, (dodatek) - Europejska integracja monetarna, 2008, nr 11, 25 s., bibliogr. 16 poz.
Keyword
Integracja monetarna, Rynek pracy, Unia Gospodarcza i Walutowa (UGW), Strefa euro
Monetary integration, Labour market, Economic and Monetary Union (EMU), Eurozone
Abstract
W opracowaniu przedstawiono analizę oddziaływania integracji monetarnej na rynek pracy. Dokonano oceny zmian, które dokonały się na rynku pracy w krajach strefy euro w ciągu ostatnich piętnastu lat oraz głównych wyzwań stojących przed europejskim rynkiem pracy. Przeanalizowano bezpośrednie, krótkookresowe konsekwencje wprowadzenia euro. Wskazano mechanizmy za pośrednictwem których integracja monetarna może oddziaływać na rynek pracy odpowiednio w średnim i długim okresie.
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ISSN
0137-5520
Language
pol
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