postrecession

postrecession

(ˌpəʊstrɪˈsɛʃən)
adj
(Economics) occurring or existing in the period after a recession
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On labor markets, we find considerable evidence suggesting, as with regulation, that postrecession efforts to strike a new optimum on the frontier of social protection and economic growth may have sacrificed too much of the latter in pursuit of the former.
7bn based on a three-month average and is the highest postrecession figure.
For a large number of millennials, those born between 1980 and 2000, the recession and postrecession years have been a "lost period" where career-oriented jobs and opportunities are limited and where earnings are reduced substantially, at least compared with the experiences of prior generations.
The decline in the labor force participation rate has given rise to concerns that the postrecession decline in the unemployment rate to below 5 percent may overstate the health of the labor market.
It has broadened, for instance, postrecession, a number of private equity houses see it as a way of providing backing without having to put their own money in.
Ex post, with the benefits of many years of postrecession data, one can say with some confidence that the recovery from the 1982 recession corresponds to the classical representation of a stable trend and a stationary cycle.
We have shown that wage growth has been low in the postrecession period mostly because labor productivity growth has been slow and inflation has been below expectations.
In total, 76 767 and 68 050 household respondents pre- and postrecession, respectively, were available for descriptive analysis.
Therefore, the question remains as to whether these precarious and casual forms of employment are becoming the norm in Scotland's postrecession labor market, reinforcing low paid and insecure forms of employment, predominantly undertaken by women.
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During that same postrecession period, a dozen more states experienced a second recession following a brief interlude of expansion.