From Transition to EU Accession: The Bulgarian Labor Market During the 1990s, Volumes 23-494
World Bank Publications, Jan 1, 2001 - Business & Economics - 67 pages
This book studies the Bulgarian labor market with a view to understanding the interactions between the performance of the Bulgarian economy and the functioning of its labor market. It evaluates the position of Bulgaria vis-a-vis compliance with the acquis commentaire, and provides a set of key policy recommendations that may enhance the job creation potential in years to come.
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