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Note: Difference is the difference between estimates from different time points: 1 - the end of treatment program, 2 - after 5 years, 3 - after 10 years, 4 - after 18 years; UT - alcohol utility, BE - beliefs about treatment program benefits, CI - confidence interval, L - CI’s lower bound, U - CI’s upper bound
Temporal profiles of all indicators are
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The use of spatial methods is becoming increasingly common in social and economic research as it emphasizes the relevance of spatiality to the understanding of socio-economic facts. Once embraced, the spatial factor can substantially help explain variations in the properties being examined, thus improving the quality of their description and supporting the development of econometric models. This paper explores some of the characteristics of Poland’s job market, making an inquiry into their spatial dependencies. The study looks at the country’s labour market from a local perspective, examining its properties for spatial autocorrelation (both global and local). Linear econometric models are subsequently built for such variables as the number of persons in employment, the number of women and men in employment. The models are further investigated to assess the applicability of spatial modelling in their development.
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