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Microeconomic Analysis of Dynamic Changes in the Russian Labor Market

Citation

Sabirianova, Klara Z. (1998). Microeconomic Analysis of Dynamic Changes in the Russian Labor Market. Problems of Economic Transition, 41(3), 66-88.

Abstract

An analysis of dynamic changes in the Russian labor market is based on an assessment of the movement of the population among the three alternative states of the labor market (or categories of employment): employment, unemployment, and economic inactivity. As a starting point, we have used a classification of the employed and unemployed population based on the methodology of the International Labor Organization (ILO).1 Figure 1 presents a general diagram of the definition of the principal states of employment.

URL

http://dx.doi.org/10.2753/PET1061-1991410366

Reference Type

Journal Article

Journal Title

Problems of Economic Transition

Author(s)

Sabirianova, Klara Z.

Year Published

1998

Volume Number

41

Issue Number

3

Pages

66-88

Reference ID

4737