Skills shortages, emigration and unemployment in Poland - causes and implications of disequilibrium in the Polish labour market
AbstractSkill shortages in
The aim of this chapter is to scrutinize the apparently overlapping research problems of skill shortage, emigration and unemployment in
In order to make the space for argumentation utilized, the structure of the chapter relates to the constellation of factors, which have been detected, in a inter-linking way, as those having impact on creation of skill shortages in
Part one of the chapter relates to the overview of the labour market adjustments and herewith challenges in
Part two is about to grasp the concepts of structural mismatches, shortages, gaps as grounded in the theory, by approaching four main interpretations connected to: (1) turbulences in the economy; (2) lack of equilibrium in micromarkets; (3) mismatch of ineffective allocations of labour and (4) non-accelerating rate of unemployment (NAIRU) as connected to labour resources. Part two of this chapter also relates to the regional variations and divergence of labour market in
Part three refers to internal migrations and emigration after May 1st 2004 of Polish people.
Part four takes into insight the economic gaps as a cliché of changes and challenges in the Polish labour market, including analysis of barriers of growth of companies as reported by employers.
Part five is devoted to the synthesis of the set of factors identified across the analysis, causing skill shortages and their both short- and long-term implications for the Polish labour market.
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|Book||Okólski Marek, Black Richard, Engbersen Godfried, Pantiru Cristina (eds.): A Continent Moving West? EU enlargement and labour migration from Central and Eastern Europe, 2010, Amsterdam University Press, ISBN 9789089641564, 335 p.|
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