Poland's Labor Market: The Challenge of Job Creation
World Bank, Jan 1, 2001 - Business & Economics - 84 pages
The purpose of this guide is to facilitate the ratification or acceptance of the 1993 FAO Compliance Agreement and the 1995 UN Fish Stocks Agreement. It presents an outline of some of the most important provisions contained in the two agreements. The book also includes a ¬"tool kit¬" of the various approaches used by some countries that have already enacted national legislation to meet the obligations and objectives set forth in these agreements.
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INTRODUCTION AND RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
3 Workers Reason for Job Search 19972000 thousand
JOB CREATION AND JOB DESTRUCTION
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40 percent active labor market active programs aggregate demand average wage Bank staff calculations basic vocational education Central Statistical Office deadweight losses decentralization disability early retirement earnings education or less educational attainment eligibility employers enterprises especially factors firms flat income tax gross job high unemployment areas higher hiring rate incentives indicators industries job creation job destruction job flows job reallocation job turnover labor code Labor Force Survey Labor Fund labor income labor market entrants labor market legislation labor market programs less-skilled workers long term unemployed lower lower-end minimum wage municipal powiat National Labor Office OECD OECD countries options participants passive labor market payroll taxes Poland Polish labor market powiat pre-retirement benefits private sector productivity public sector rate of job reduce relatively rural areas service sector skills social transfers tax wedge taxes on labor trade unions unemployment benefits unemployment rate voivod wage distribution World Bank staff