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Autor
Terenzi Giacomo (La Sapienza University, Rome)
Tytuł
Primary Income Distribution : Labour Market's Role In Selected European and Transition Countries
Rynek pracy i pierwotny rozkład dochodów w gospodarce na przykładzie wybranych gospodarek europejskich
Źródło
Management and Business Administration. Central Europe, 2012, vol. 20, nr 6, s. 66-97, rys., tab., bibliogr. 39 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Rozkład dochodów, Rynek pracy, Sytuacja gospodarcza, Kraje postkomunistyczne, Analizy głównych komponentów
Income distribution, Labour market, Economic situation, Post-communist countries, Principal Component Analysis (PCA)
Uwagi
streszcz., summ.
Kraj/Region
Polska, Rosja
Poland, Russia
Abstrakt
Cel: Celem artykułu jest zbadanie wpływu struktury rynku pracy na rozkład dochodów pierwotnych w gospodarce. Do badania wybrano dwa kraje posocjalistycznej transformacji - Polskę i Rosję; wskazano różne ścieżki zmian strukturalnych w tych krajach, co tłumaczy różnice w bieżącym rozkładzie dochodów w tych dwóch gospodarkach.

Metodologia: W części empirycznej badania wykorzystano analizę klastrów oraz metodę PCA (Principal Component Analysis). Za pomocą tych technik wyodrębniono podstawowe czynniki rynku pracy, które mają decydujące znaczenie dla rozkładu dochodu w wybranych gospodarkach.

Wnioski: Na podstawie analizy danych można stwierdzić występowanie zależności między modelem rynku pracy a nierównościami w rozkładzie dochodów pierwotnych w gospodarce.

Oryginalność: Innowacyjność badania, głównie ze względu na niewielką dostępność danych, polega na wykorzystaniu analizy klastrów dla rozpoznania kluczowych czynników mających wpływ na rozkład dochodów pierwotnych w gospodarce. (abstrakt oryginalny)

Purpose: The aim of this study is to show how the concentrations of primary income can be related to the labour market structure in two samples of selected European and transition countries. Then it focuses on the differences in the transitional path of Poland and Russia that justify the current divergences in the distribution of income in these two countries.

Methodology: This research, in its empirical part, is based on cluster analysis and principal component analysis (PCA). By these techniques, the study defines which main factors of the labour market are more involved in the distribution process in the selected countries.

Findings: On the basis of the data used, it seems possible to establish a relationship between different labour market models and the degree of primary income inequality, focusing on which variables are more relevant with respect to the different labour market systems.

Originality: This research deals with the aspect of the concentration of primary income in different economies with cluster and principal component analyses, considering the shortage of related economic data in this field of research. (original abstract)
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Biblioteka Główna Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Poznaniu
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ISSN
2084-3356
Język
eng
URI / DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.7206/mba.ce.2084-3356.37
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