Transition, Recession and Labour Supply
Exploring the relationship between the recession and labour supply in Kazakhstan during the 1990s, this volume develops an innovative new model of the process of transition in the context of the CIS. Paolo Verme examines how the dynamic of the reallocation of labour between state and private enterprises has been drastically altered and also takes a much-needed look at the contribution of non-income factors, offering an original explanation of this most important economic phenomenon.
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Transition Output and Labour in CIS and CEE Economies
Towards a Model of the LShaped Transition
Transitional Reforms and Recessional Dynamics
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