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labour market

labor market (Am) nmercato del lavoro
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"Labour market institutions, product market regulation and innovation: cross-country evidence", OECD Economics Department Working Papers, forthcoming.
To provide for an active population, the labour market is dominated by a diverse service economy.
The paper discusses the methodological issues raised by a study comparing labour market entry of young people in two expanding and two contracting labour markets in West Germany and England.
In doing this, she provides a new dimension to the study of the labour market in South Africa.
These thirteen papers, based on a conference on the "Evolution of Labour Market Structures" held at McGill University in February 1991, were intended "to focus on the quantifiable characteristics of labour market structures and to analyse their behaviour over time," and to provide for exchange between labor economists and economic historians dealing with the development and performance of labor markets in the past.
Gerry Rogers (ed) Urban Poverty and the Labour Market: Access to Jobs and Incomes in Asian and Latin American Cities.
Within this project, an annual flagship report on Western Balkans Labour Market Trends is launched.
Salalah, May 25(ONA) a seminar titled "Omani Youth & Labour Market" was organized by Dhofar Businesswomen Center today at Crowne Plaza Hotel under the patronage of Sayyid Harib bin Thuwaini al-Said, Assistant Secretary General of the Council of Ministers for Conferences.
Bank of Scotland, part of the British government backed financial services provider Lloyds Banking Group, on Monday reported that Scotland's labour market conditions are continuing to improve as it heads into the final quarter of the year.
Manama, Jul 6 (BNA) -- Minister of Labour, Jameel bin Mohammad Humaidan, has told Bahrain News Agency (BNA) that the labour market in Bahrain in the next stage will witness a major shift in sectors that attract graduates, where employment opportunities will fall back in government sector and in companies and banks, but will be flourished in the small and medium enterprises.
Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg Malta, the Netherlands and UK all still restrict the access of Bulgarian and Romanian workers to their labour markets. Spain is also restricting Romanian workers' access, with the Commission's approval, until 31 December 2012, due to serious disturbances on its labour market.
Better targeting, better implementation and better evaluation of active labour market policies are essential for achieving the employment targets set by the 'Europe 2020' strategy, concluded the 300 labour market specialists meeting on 28 and 29 October in Antwerp, Belgium, for a seminar organised by the Belgian EU Presidency.

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