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Wages in Labour Market Theories

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Flexicurity - Challenge to Improve Czech Labour Market

, Copenhagen: University of Copenhagen. MADSEN, P. K. (2006). Flexicurity, A new perspective on labour markets and welfare states in Europe , CARMA Research Papers 2006:3, Aalborg: University Aalborg. MADSEN, P. K. (2007). Distribution of Responsibility for Security and Labour Markets Policy, Country Report: Denmark , WP 07/51, CARMA, Aalborg: University, Aalborg. National Reform Programme 2008-10 Czech Republic, Retrived 16-08-2009 from http

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Labour Market in the Czech Republic: Dsge Approach

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Marriage Migration and the Labour Market

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Integration of Young People into the Latvian Labour Market

References Abel-Latif H., Staneva A. (2013). Does Youth Unemployment Challenge Okun’s law in the UK? Swansea University, Department of Economics. Balan M. (2014). Youth Labour Market Vulnerabilities: Characteristics, Dimensions and Costs. Volume 8, 66−72. Bell D., Blanchflower D. (2009). What should be done about Rising Unemployment in the UK?, Institute for the Study of Labour, IZA Discussion Paper No. 4040, 1−105. Berthelot Y. (1995). European and General Global Issues Influencing Employment

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The Integration of Higher Education Graduates on the Labor Market

matching function. Journal of Economic literature , 39(2), 390-431. Pissarides, C. (2011). Equilibrium in the Labor Market with Search Frictions. The American Economic Review , 101(4), 1092-1105. Retrieved from JSTORE Protsch, P., & Solga, H. (2015). How employers use signals of cognitive and noncognitive skills at labour market entry: insights from field experiments. European Sociological Review , 31(5), 521-532.

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Does Education Determine Employment: Peculiarities of the Indian Labour Market

7. References Aggarwal, A., Freguglia, R., Johnes, G., Spricigo, G., (2011), Education and labour market outcomes : evidence from India , Working Paper No. 615663, Lancaster University Management School, Economics Department. Aiyar, S., Mody, A., (2011), Demographic Dividend: Evidence from the Indian States , Working Paper No. 11/38, International Monetary Fund, Washington DC. Arrow, K. J., (1973), Higher education as a filter , Journal of Public Economics, Vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 193–216. Becker, G. S., (1994), Human Capital: A Theoretical

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Attitudes Towards Immigrants, Immigration Policies and Labour Market Outcomes: Comparing Croatia with Hungary and Slovenia

_Fernandez_PIAAC.pdf [Accessed January 15 2016]. Šram, Z., 2010. Etnocentrizam, percepcija prijetnje i hrvatski nacionalni identitet. Migracijske i etničke teme , 26(2): 113–142. Toshkov, D. and Kortenska, E., 2015. Does immigration undermine public support for integration in the European Union? JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies , 53(4): 910–925. Zaiceva, A., 2014. Post-Enlargement Emigration and New EU Members’ Labour Markets. IZA World of Labor. Available at: [Accessed

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Youth Unemployment, Ageing and Regional Welfare: The Regional Labour Market Policy Response to Ageing in Sweden

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Remaining active in the labour market: Trends and characteristics of the over 50s

created a set of positive conditions conducive to working beyond the traditional retirement age of 60 or 65. While there is no agreement on a definition of an ‘older’ worker, there is a broadly shared view that, in the workplace context at least, one becomes identified as ‘older’ somewhere between the chronological ages of 50 and 55 years of age ( McCarthy et al., 2014 ). In this paper, older workers are defined as those economically active in the labour market between the age of 50 and 64 (the customary retirement age is 65). In Ireland, eligibility for the

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