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2014, Directions in development. Trade, ISBN 1464802645, xiii, 104 pages
This report analyzes the paths by which developing country labor markets adjust to permanent trade-related shocks. Trade shocks can bring about reallocation of... 
Business cycles | Labor market | Labor mobility | Developing countries | Developing countries Commerce | Commerce | Wages | INFORMAL SECTOR | JOB SEPARATION | LABOR MARKETS | WAGE EFFECTS | BUSINESS CYCLE | DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS | INDUSTRY WAGE | GDP | CAPITAL INVESTMENT | LABOR SHARE | AGGREGATE EMPLOYMENT | WAGE BILL | LABOR MARKET RIGIDITIES | EMPLOYMENT | ECONOMIC GROWTH | JOB DISPLACEMENT | EMPLOYMENT LEVELS | LABOR ALLOCATIONS | DISPLACED WORKER | POLITICAL ECONOMY | WELL-FUNCTIONING LABOR MARKETS | AGRICULTURE | SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT | WORKERS | LAYOFFS | REAL WAGES | AGGREGATE PRODUCTIVITY | ADJUSTMENT ASSISTANCE | INTERNATIONAL TRADE | JOB SEARCH | TOTAL COSTS | PRODUCTION WORKERS | HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS | AVERAGE WAGE | INFORMAL EMPLOYMENT | WAGE GAP | ON-THE-JOB TRAINING | LABOR ADJUSTMENT COSTS | SEARCH COSTS | SEVERANCE PAY | LAID-OFF WORKERS | SOCIAL CAPITAL | WAGE DATA | LABOR MARKET IMPACT | ECONOMIC FLUCTUATIONS | INCOME | INDUSTRY WAGES | EMPLOYMENT GROWTH | ACTIVE LABOR | FIRM SIZE | TRADE POLICY | RETRAINING PROGRAMS | EMPLOYMENT SHARE | PROFITABILITY | LOCAL GOVERNMENTS | FORMAL SECTOR WORKERS | HOURS OF WORK | NEW ENTRANTS | PLANT CLOSURE | TRADE REFORMS | FINANCIAL CRISIS | LABOR ECONOMICS | TRADE LIBERALIZATION | EXOGENOUS SHOCK | FIRM ENTRY | JOBS | DISPLACED WORKERS | LEGAL STATUS | AGGREGATE GROWTH | EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES | OCCUPATION | PRODUCTION FUNCTION | INTERNATIONAL MARKET | LABOR MARKET OUTCOMES | PURCHASING POWER | SAFETY NETS | ECONOMIC COSTS | FIRING COSTS | SERVICE SECTOR | SAFETY | EMPLOYMENT DYNAMICS | GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM | WAGE INCREASE | WORKER | JOB CREATION | ANALYTICAL APPROACH | PASSIVE LABOR | LABOR MARKET CHARACTERISTICS | PREVIOUS WAGE | NOMINAL WAGES | PRODUCTIVITY GAINS | TRADE POLICIES | ECONOMIC STABILITY | LABOUR MARKET REGULATIONS | WAGE SUBSIDIES | ACTIVE LABOR MARKET | LABOR REGULATIONS | LABOR ADJUSTMENT | WORKING | GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION | LABOR MOBILITY | EMPLOYMENT OUTCOMES | INTERNATIONAL MARKETS | WAGE LEVEL | PRODUCTIVE ACTIVITIES | LABOR MARKET | LABOR POLICIES | ECONOMIC RESEARCH | WORK EXPERIENCE | CREATIVE DESTRUCTION | SOCIAL SAFETY NETS | FIRM DYNAMICS | PREVIOUS STUDIES | DISCOUNTED VALUE | LABOR MARKET REGULATIONS | PLANT CLOSURES | LABOUR MARKET | CRISES | OPEN ECONOMY | LABOR FORCE | ADJUSTMENT COST | EXPECTED WAGES | JOB SECURITY | ECONOMIC COOPERATION | EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT | LABOR REALLOCATION | REAL WAGE | INSURANCE | MACROECONOMIC ANALYSIS | AVERAGE WAGES | ENTRY COSTS | HOUSEHOLD SURVEY | LABOR COSTS | HUMAN CAPITAL | WAGE DIFFERENTIALS | NET EMPLOYMENT | OCCUPATIONAL CHOICE | EMPLOYMENT INCREASES | REGRESSION ANALYSIS | ACTIVE LABOR MARKET POLICY | EQUILIBRIUM UNEMPLOYMENT | LABOR REGULATION | FACTOR DEMAND | UNEMPLOYMENT | MIGRATION | LABOR DEMAND | JOB TURNOVER | FINANCIAL CRISES | UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS | WAGE DIFFERENTIAL | PLANT CLOSING | CAPITAL MARKETS | EXPORT MARKETS | GDP PER CAPITA | LABOR MARKET ADJUSTMENT | ADJUSTMENT POLICIES | DEREGULATION | EQUILIBRIUM ANALYSIS | MICROECONOMIC ANALYSIS | LABOR ALLOCATION | OPTIMIZATION | ECONOMIC SHOCKS | LABOUR
Book
09/2006
In an effort to improve employment outcomes and industrial productivity, the Government of Pakistan (GoP) has launched a dual-track reform process involving... 
PRIVATE SERVICES | LABOR MARKETS | PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT | SKILL SHORTAGES | WELL-FUNCTIONING LABOR MARKET | PERMANENT WORKERS | SAFETY STANDARDS | CLERKS | CONTRACT ENFORCEMENT | EMPLOYMENT STATUS | MINIMUM WAGE | SKILLED LABOR | WAGE GROWTH | PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH | WORKING POOR | ECONOMIC GROWTH | LABOR MARKET SEGMENTATION | EMPLOYMENT LEVELS | PRIVATE SECTOR | WAGE RATE | HUMAN RESOURCES | REDUNDANCY | SMALL BUSINESS | PRICE CONTROLS | LABOR DEMAND ELASTICITIES | FACTOR MARKETS | INFORMAL LABOR MARKET | LABOR MARKET RIGIDITY | FEMALE LABOR FORCE | EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP | WAGE EMPLOYMENT | LONG-TERM EMPLOYMENT | LABOR LAW | RIGHT TO ORGANIZE | ADVERSE CONSEQUENCES | INDUSTRIAL LABOR | AGE GROUP | RECOMMENDATIONS | EMPLOYMENT GROWTH | LABOR MARKET INDICATORS | EXCESSIVE REGULATION | LABOR MARKET FLEXIBILITY | ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT | HUMAN RESOURCE | COLLECTIVE BARGAINING | CONTRACTOR | FORMAL LABOR MARKET | TOTAL FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY | CONTRACT LABOR | JOBS | WORKING CONDITION | STAFF | EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES | OCCUPATION | LABOR MARKET OUTCOMES | SKILLS DEVELOPMENT | EMPLOYMENT GENERATION | FIRING COSTS | GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM | EMPLOYMENT STABILITY | PRODUCT MARKETS | UNEMPLOYMENT PROBLEM | INNOVATION | TOTAL EMPLOYMENT | TRAINING SERVICES | JOB CREATION | WORKING | JOBLESS GROWTH | LABOR MARKET REFORMS | JOB SEEKERS | LABOR MARKET SITUATION | LABOR UNIONS | COMPETITIVE PRESSURES | INTERNATIONAL MARKETS | LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION | PRODUCTIVE ACTIVITIES | LABOR MARKET | WORK FORCE | JOB SECURITY | LABOR SUPPLY | INSURANCE | HOUSEHOLD SURVEY | JOB PLACEMENT | PRODUCTIVE EMPLOYMENT | PRESTIGE | ECONOMIC NEEDS | PRODUCTIVITY LEVELS | EMPLOYMENT RIGHTS | EXOGENOUS SHOCKS | FIRING | WORKING HOURS | WORKER PRODUCTIVITY | LABOUR FORCE | HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT | EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS | INFORMAL SECTOR | CHILD LABOR | CREATING JOBS | LABOR LEGISLATION | LABOUR REGULATION | LABOUR FORCE GROWTH | EMPLOYEE ASSOCIATIONS | INCOME SUPPORT | TRAINING PROGRAM | EMPLOYMENT PATTERNS | TEMPORARY WORKER | EMPLOYMENT | JOB SKILL | FEMALE EMPLOYMENT | JOB PLACEMENT SERVICES | SALARIED EMPLOYEES | LABOR DEMAND ELASTICITY | WORKERS | REAL WAGES | EMPLOYMENT PROTECTION LEGISLATION | LABOR LAWS | AVERAGE WAGE | MANPOWER | LABOR INPUTS | PRODUCT MARKET | FEMALE LABOR | ON-THE-JOB TRAINING | SALARIED WORKERS | SEVERANCE PAY | UNEMPLOYED | CAREERS | LABOR MARKET REGULATION | LABOR UNION | CASUAL WORKERS | RURAL WORKERS | WORKING CAPITAL | TEMPORARY WORKERS | URBAN EMPLOYMENT | VOCATIONAL TRAINING | WAGE DATA | ISOLATION | WORKING CONDITIONS | INCOME | PAYROLL TAXES | SEVERANCE PAYMENTS | TRAINING INSTITUTIONS | WAGE DETERMINATION | EMPLOYEE | PRODUCT MARKET REGULATION | WAGE RATES | OCCUPATIONS | LOW EMPLOYMENT | TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE | SAFETY NETS | SAFETY | LABOR POLICY | BUSINESS CYCLES | NET JOB CREATION | WORKER | DISMISSAL | WORKING ENVIRONMENT | SEVERANCE PAY SCHEMES | OVERTIME | PRODUCTIVITY IMPROVEMENTS | ACCOUNTING | EMPLOYMENT GROWTH RATE | LABOR REGULATIONS | PROFESSIONALS | EMPLOYMENT OUTCOMES | EMPLOYERS | MOTIVATION | WAGE INCREASES | LABOR PRODUCTIVITY | TRADE UNIONS | MINIMUM WAGES | UNION REPRESENTATIVES | HIRING | SOCIAL PROTECTION | LABOR FORCE | SOCIAL SECURITY | EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT | WAGE GAINS | REAL WAGE | HIGH WAGE PREMIUM | HUMAN CAPITAL | BASIC RIGHTS | AGGREGATE DEMAND | LABOR REGULATION | TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT | LABOR DEMAND | LABOR MARKET INSTITUTIONS | OVERTIME WORK | UNDEREMPLOYMENT | OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH | OPEN UNEMPLOYMENT | HIGH WAGE | KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY | LABOR INSPECTION | SERVICE PROVIDERS | ECONOMICS | FIRM PRODUCTIVITY | LABOUR | UNIONIZATION | LABOR REPRESENTATIVES
Book
2010, Direction in Development, ISBN 9780821381175
Sri Lanka has been regarded as a model of a country with successful social policies, yet for decades it has faced major challenges in providing employment and... 
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT | LABOR MARKETS | WELL-FUNCTIONING LABOR MARKET | OLDER WORKERS | YOUTH LABOR | UNEMPLOYED POPULATION | YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT RATE | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | EMPLOYMENT STATUS | POLICY ANALYSIS | PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH | UNEMPLOYMENT RATES | ECONOMIC GROWTH | LABOR MARKET SEGMENTATION | POLICY FRAMEWORK | PRIVATE SECTOR | HUMAN RESOURCES | MARITAL STATUS | LABOUR RELATIONS | PRIMARY LEVEL | YOUTH UNREST | YOUTH POPULATION | INFORMAL EMPLOYMENT | INEXPERIENCED WORKERS | UNEMPLOYED PERSONS | WAGE EMPLOYMENT | PRODUCTIVE WORK | TECHNICAL TRAINING | SEX | CLIMATE CHANGE | TELEVISION | APPRENTICESHIP | JOB MARKET | AGE GROUP | EMPLOYMENT GROWTH | ACTIVE LABOR | LABOR MARKET INDICATORS | HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT RATES | SOCIAL POLICY | HUMAN RESOURCE | TRAINING PROGRAMS | FORMAL SECTOR WORKERS | TECHNICAL EDUCATION | PUBLIC SECTOR WORKERS | YOUTH ACCESS | JOBS | SMALL BUSINESSES | EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES | OCCUPATION | LABOR MARKET OUTCOMES | YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT | SKILLS DEVELOPMENT | JOB SEARCHES | PRIMARY EDUCATION | ACTIVE LABOR MARKET PROGRAMS | LIVING STANDARDS | UNEMPLOYMENT PROBLEM | INNOVATION | TOTAL EMPLOYMENT | YOUTH SERVICES | SOCIAL CONDITIONS | UNEMPLOYED YOUTH | TOTAL LABOR FORCE | JOB CREATION | JOB PLACEMENT SERVICE | DISCRIMINATION | HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT | JOB DESTRUCTION | UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE | MIGRANT LABOR | JOB SEEKERS | NATIONAL COMMITTEE | UNEMPLOYMENT DURATION | UNEMPLOYMENT LEVELS | LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION | LABOR FORCE POPULATION | LABOR MARKET | EMPLOYMENT POLICY | YOUNG ADULTS | DROPOUTS | WORK FORCE | JOB SECURITY | CIVIL CONFLICT | YOUTH PARTICIPATION | CONSUMER PRICE INDEX | LABOR COSTS | JOB PLACEMENT | PRODUCTIVE EMPLOYMENT | WAGE DIFFERENTIALS | WHITE-COLLAR OCCUPATIONS | CIVIL UNREST | SOCIAL SCIENCE | PRIVATE SECTOR WORKERS | SALARIED EMPLOYMENT | WAGE INEQUALITY | EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS | SOCIOCULTURAL ENVIRONMENT | SKILLED WORKERS | SEMISKILLED LABOR | YOUNG WORKERS | VIOLENCE | UNEMPLOYMENT RATE | YOUNG PEOPLE | YOUTH EMPLOYMENT | HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT | LABOR ALLOCATION | INFORMAL SECTOR | MIGRANT | COUNSELLING | TERTIARY EDUCATION | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | POLICY IMPLICATIONS | DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS | INCOME SUPPORT | LABOR MARKET ISSUES | PRACTITIONERS | RETAIL TRADE | INCOME DISTRIBUTION | EMPLOYABILITY | LABOR MARKET EFFICIENCY | EMPLOYMENT PATTERNS | POLITICAL ECONOMY | EQUAL OPPORTUNITY | MOTHER | SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT | WORKERS | MILLENNIUM DECLARATION | JOB SEARCH | JOB COUNSELING | EMPLOYMENT PROTECTION LEGISLATION | JOB SKILLS | DISSEMINATION | EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE | LABOR LAWS | NUTRITION | DISPLACEMENT | MANPOWER | WAGE GAP | DOMESTIC WORKERS | SALARIED WORKERS | SEVERANCE PAY | UNEMPLOYED | UNEMPLOYED ADULTS | NATIONAL ACTION PLAN | VOCATIONAL TRAINING | VOCATIONAL TRAINING PROGRAMS | NATURAL RESOURCE | WORKING CONDITIONS | YOUNG WOMEN | EMPLOYMENT PROSPECTS | INCOME | LABOR MARKET POLICIES | SOCIAL SCIENCES | FEMINIST | EMPLOYMENT CREATION | INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION | TRAINING INSTITUTIONS | WAGE DETERMINATION | EMPLOYEE | POPULATION TRENDS | LABOR ECONOMICS | TOTAL UNEMPLOYMENT | PROVIDENT FUNDS | SOCIAL INCLUSION | LEGAL STATUS | LEVEL OF EDUCATION | SERVICE SECTOR | CAPACITY BUILDING | UNPAID FAMILY WORKERS | UNSKILLED WORKERS | WORKER | VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS | PUBLIC SECTOR JOBS | SOCIAL POLICIES | LABOR RESOURCES | ACCOUNTING | ACTIVE LABOR MARKET | RURAL DEVELOPMENT | EXISTING INEQUITIES | FINDING WORK | SKILLED WORKFORCE | TRADE UNIONS | WORK EXPERIENCE | GENDER EQUALITY | LABOR FORCE | LABOR MARKET INFORMATION | EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT | TEENAGERS | LABOR FORCE GROWTH | BARGAINING | HIGH WAGES | HUMAN CAPITAL | MATHEMATICS | BARGAINING POWER | BULLETIN | INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION | AGE GROUPS | PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH RATES | JOB VACANCIES | JOB TRAINING | GENDER DISPARITIES | NATIONAL ACTION | LABOR MARKET INSTITUTIONS | SUITABLE EMPLOYMENT | PRIVATE SECTOR JOB | PROPORTIONAL HAZARD MODEL | POLICY MAKERS | EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY | PRODUCTIVITY | LABOUR
Book
05/2015
This note presents an overview of the Albanian labor market, and initial insights into the challenges for inclusive and better quality jobs. The note does not... 
POPULATION | LABOR MARKETS | REGULATORY BARRIERS | TERTIARY EDUCATION | REMITTANCES | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | OLDER WORKERS | EMPLOYABILITY | HOUSEHOLD WORK | AGGREGATE EMPLOYMENT | SOCIAL BENEFITS | YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT RATE | CLERKS | MINIMUM WAGE | EMPLOYMENT | TRANSFERS | UNEMPLOYMENT RATES | ECONOMIC GROWTH | WORKFORCE | FINANCIAL MARKETS | WELL-FUNCTIONING LABOR MARKETS | WORKERS | KNOWLEDGE | PRIVATE SECTOR | ACCESS TO EDUCATION | WOMEN | GENDER GAP | SAFETY NET | POLICY | EMPLOYEES | WAGE EARNER | FAMILY RESPONSIBILITIES | AVERAGE WAGE | INFORMAL EMPLOYMENT | WAGE GAP | SALARIED WORKERS | UNEMPLOYED | PAID MATERNITY | YOUNG MEN | WAGE EMPLOYMENT | MARKETS | CHILD CARE | STANDARDS | VULNERABILITY | SOCIAL CAPITAL | EARNING | YOUNG WOMEN | INCOME | AGE GROUP | FINANCE | EMPLOYMENT GROWTH | MIGRANTS | LABOR | PRICES | EMPLOYEE | POLICIES | TRAINING | JOB LOSS | OCCUPATIONS | JOBS | LOW EMPLOYMENT | EDUCATION SYSTEMS | SECURITY | EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES | OCCUPATION | LABOR MARKET OUTCOMES | LEVEL OF EDUCATION | OUTCOMES | YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT | ECONOMIC STATUS | PRIMARY EDUCATION | SAFETY NETS | SAFETY | LIVING STANDARDS | MALE COUNTERPARTS | TOTAL EMPLOYMENT | INNOVATION | UNPAID FAMILY WORKERS | WORKER | VALUE | UNSKILLED WORKERS | WOMAN | MATERNITY LEAVE | RESPECT | JOB CREATION | DISCRIMINATION | DISABILITY | SUPPLY | POPULATION GROUPS | JOB | ACCOUNTING | EFFECTS | EQUITY | LABOR REGULATIONS | CHILDBEARING | INFORMATION | JOB SEEKERS | GENDER PARITY | LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION | LABOR MARKET | SKILLED WORKFORCE | FEWER WOMEN | MINIMUM WAGES | FEMALE LITERACY | HOUSEHOLD INCOME | HIGHER-EDUCATED WORKERS | GENDER EQUALITY | SPOUSE | LABOR MARKET REGULATIONS | OPPORTUNITIES FOR INDIVIDUALS | LABOR FORCE | LABOR MARKET INFORMATION | QUALITY OF EDUCATION | SOCIAL SECURITY | ECONOMIC SLOWDOWN | INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY | PILOT PROJECTS | WAGES | EMPLOYMENT RATE | EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT | ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES | DISCRIMINATORY PRACTICES | AVERAGE WAGES | ILLNESS | INCENTIVES | HUMAN CAPITAL | PROGRESS | SECONDARY EDUCATION | TECHNICAL SKILLS | PENSIONS | SOCIAL NORMS | UNEMPLOYMENT | MALE WORKER | MIGRATION | MANAGEMENT | LITERACY RATES | LABOR DEMAND | LABOR MARKET INSTITUTIONS | UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS | YOUNG WORKERS | STUDENTS | UNEMPLOYMENT RATE | PRIME AGE | YOUTH EMPLOYMENT | LABOR MARKET ADJUSTMENT | PRODUCTIVITY | EMPLOYMENT RATES | LABOUR
Report
01/2014, Directions in Development - Trade, ISBN 1464802637, 114
The analysis in this report confirms the findings of previous studies that trade liberalization improves aggregate welfare and is in the long run associated... 
Developing countries | Labor mobility | Commerce | Business cycles | Labor market | Wages | INFORMAL SECTOR | JOB SEPARATION | LABOR MARKETS | WAGE EFFECTS | BUSINESS CYCLE | DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS | INDUSTRY WAGE | GDP | CAPITAL INVESTMENT | LABOR SHARE | AGGREGATE EMPLOYMENT | WAGE BILL | LABOR MARKET RIGIDITIES | EMPLOYMENT | ECONOMIC GROWTH | JOB DISPLACEMENT | EMPLOYMENT LEVELS | LABOR ALLOCATIONS | DISPLACED WORKER | POLITICAL ECONOMY | WELL-FUNCTIONING LABOR MARKETS | AGRICULTURE | SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT | WORKERS | LAYOFFS | REAL WAGES | AGGREGATE PRODUCTIVITY | ADJUSTMENT ASSISTANCE | INTERNATIONAL TRADE | JOB SEARCH | TOTAL COSTS | PRODUCTION WORKERS | HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS | AVERAGE WAGE | INFORMAL EMPLOYMENT | WAGE GAP | ON-THE-JOB TRAINING | LABOR ADJUSTMENT COSTS | SEARCH COSTS | SEVERANCE PAY | LAID-OFF WORKERS | SOCIAL CAPITAL | WAGE DATA | LABOR MARKET IMPACT | ECONOMIC FLUCTUATIONS | INCOME | INDUSTRY WAGES | EMPLOYMENT GROWTH | ACTIVE LABOR | FIRM SIZE | TRADE POLICY | RETRAINING PROGRAMS | EMPLOYMENT SHARE | PROFITABILITY | LOCAL GOVERNMENTS | FORMAL SECTOR WORKERS | HOURS OF WORK | NEW ENTRANTS | PLANT CLOSURE | TRADE REFORMS | FINANCIAL CRISIS | LABOR ECONOMICS | TRADE LIBERALIZATION | EXOGENOUS SHOCK | FIRM ENTRY | JOBS | DISPLACED WORKERS | LEGAL STATUS | AGGREGATE GROWTH | EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES | OCCUPATION | PRODUCTION FUNCTION | INTERNATIONAL MARKET | LABOR MARKET OUTCOMES | PURCHASING POWER | SAFETY NETS | ECONOMIC COSTS | FIRING COSTS | SERVICE SECTOR | SAFETY | EMPLOYMENT DYNAMICS | GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM | WAGE INCREASE | WORKER | JOB CREATION | ANALYTICAL APPROACH | PASSIVE LABOR | LABOR MARKET CHARACTERISTICS | PREVIOUS WAGE | NOMINAL WAGES | PRODUCTIVITY GAINS | TRADE POLICIES | ECONOMIC STABILITY | LABOUR MARKET REGULATIONS | WAGE SUBSIDIES | ACTIVE LABOR MARKET | LABOR REGULATIONS | LABOR ADJUSTMENT | WORKING | GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION | LABOR MOBILITY | EMPLOYMENT OUTCOMES | INTERNATIONAL MARKETS | WAGE LEVEL | PRODUCTIVE ACTIVITIES | LABOR MARKET | LABOR POLICIES | ECONOMIC RESEARCH | WORK EXPERIENCE | CREATIVE DESTRUCTION | SOCIAL SAFETY NETS | FIRM DYNAMICS | PREVIOUS STUDIES | DISCOUNTED VALUE | LABOR MARKET REGULATIONS | PLANT CLOSURES | LABOUR MARKET | CRISES | OPEN ECONOMY | LABOR FORCE | ADJUSTMENT COST | EXPECTED WAGES | JOB SECURITY | ECONOMIC COOPERATION | EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT | LABOR REALLOCATION | REAL WAGE | INSURANCE | MACROECONOMIC ANALYSIS | AVERAGE WAGES | ENTRY COSTS | HOUSEHOLD SURVEY | LABOR COSTS | HUMAN CAPITAL | WAGE DIFFERENTIALS | NET EMPLOYMENT | OCCUPATIONAL CHOICE | EMPLOYMENT INCREASES | REGRESSION ANALYSIS | ACTIVE LABOR MARKET POLICY | EQUILIBRIUM UNEMPLOYMENT | LABOR REGULATION | FACTOR DEMAND | UNEMPLOYMENT | MIGRATION | LABOR DEMAND | JOB TURNOVER | FINANCIAL CRISES | UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS | WAGE DIFFERENTIAL | PLANT CLOSING | CAPITAL MARKETS | EXPORT MARKETS | GDP PER CAPITA | LABOR MARKET ADJUSTMENT | ADJUSTMENT POLICIES | DEREGULATION | EQUILIBRIUM ANALYSIS | MICROECONOMIC ANALYSIS | LABOR ALLOCATION | OPTIMIZATION | ECONOMIC SHOCKS | LABOUR
eBook
09/2015
A shrinking working-age population will be the Russian Federations biggest demographic challenge in coming decades. With workers increasingly scarce,... 
INFORMAL SECTOR | EMPLOYMENT EFFECTS | LABOR MARKETS | FINDING EMPLOYMENT | INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS | WELL-FUNCTIONING LABOR MARKET | INCOME SUPPORT | OLDER WORKERS | EMPLOYABILITY | MINIMUM WAGE | WEIGHT | EMPLOYMENT | PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH | WALKING | WORKERS | SUBSTITUTION EFFECT | PRIVATE SECTOR | EMPLOYMENT SECURITY | JOB SEARCH | EMPLOYEES | EMPLOYMENT PROTECTION LEGISLATION | PRIVATE SECTOR EMPLOYEES | HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE | CONTRIBUTION RATE | OLDER PEOPLE | AVERAGE WAGE | PUBLIC HEALTH | VOCATIONAL EDUCATION | MORTALITY | ON-THE-JOB TRAINING | FEMALE LABOR | FEMALE LABOR FORCE | YOUNGER WORKERS | UNEMPLOYED | PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT | RISK FACTORS | PRODUCTIVE WORK | STRATEGY | PENSION ACCOUNT | LABOR CONTRACT | EARNING | STROKE | CONTINUED EMPLOYMENT | PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT | WORKING CONDITIONS | AGE GROUP | SERVANTS | LABOR MARKET POLICIES | ACTIVE LABOR | MIGRANTS | EARLY RETIREMENT | AGED | EMPLOYMENT SERVICE | LABOR | LIFELONG LEARNING | MENTAL | ABSENTEEISM | EMPLOYEE | UNEMPLOYED WORKERS | AGING | MARKETING | DRIVERS | LABOR MARKET PROGRAMS | FINDING JOBS | CURRENT LABOR FORCE | JOB LOSS | CHILDREN | OCCUPATIONS | JOBS | OCCUPATION | SOCIAL SERVICES | HEALTH OUTCOMES | ACTIVE LABOR MARKET PROGRAMS | CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES | WORKER | TRAINING SERVICES | OBSERVATION | PRODUCT INNOVATIONS | EMPLOYMENT PAPER | UNEMPLOYED PERSON | JOB CREATION | HEALTH | JOB | UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE | LIFE EXPECTANCY | WAGE SUBSIDIES | ACTIVE LABOR MARKET | LABOR REGULATIONS | RETIREMENT | EARNINGS GROWTH | JOB SEEKERS | LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION | LABOR MARKET | WORK EXPERIENCE | HOUSEHOLD INCOME | PREVIOUS STUDIES | LABOUR MARKET | VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION | LABOR FORCE | TRAINING PROVIDERS | RISKS | EMPLOYMENT RATE | EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT | LABOR SUPPLY | AVERAGE WAGES | SMOKING | HOUSEHOLD SURVEY | HUMAN CAPITAL | AVERAGE EARNING | PRODUCTIVE EMPLOYMENT | AGGREGATE DEMAND | LABOUR MARKETS | HYPERTENSION | AGE GROUPS | UNEMPLOYMENT | MIGRATION | DEPRESSION | JOB TRAINING | MANAGEMENT | FOOD INDUSTRY | PART- TIME EMPLOYMENT | EMPLOYMENT POLICIES | ACTIVE LABOR MARKET POLICIES | INTERNET | PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICE | HOUSEHOLD CHARACTERISTICS | LIFESTYLE | UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS | LOW UNEMPLOYMENT | YOUNG WORKERS | PAYROLL TAX | LABOUR FORCE | YOUTH EMPLOYMENT | HEALTH CARE | EMPLOYMENT RATES | PEOPLE | ADULT TRAINING | LABOUR
Paper
03/2014, Policy Research Working Paper, Volume 6804
There is growing recognition that access to good jobs is an important driver of social cohesion. While economic dimensions of labor market outcomes are... 
POLITICAL PARTIES | LABOR MARKETS | PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT | SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES | COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION | STATEMENT OF COMMITMENT | IMPLICATIONS FOR DEVELOPMENT | WELFARE RECIPIENTS | CITIZENSHIP | ECONOMIC ANALYSIS | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | URBAN POVERTY | EMPLOYMENT STATUS | UNEMPLOYMENT RATES | ECONOMIC GROWTH | LABOR MARKET SEGMENTATION | EMPLOYMENT LEVELS | POLICY RESEARCH WORKING PAPER | PUBLIC POLICY | RACIAL INEQUALITIES | HUMAN RESOURCES | FEMALE | NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS | SOCIAL CLASS | NATIONAL LEVEL | SOCIAL DIFFERENCES | TOLERANCE | VULNERABILITY | REGULAR EMPLOYMENT | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | SOCIAL COHESION | WAGE INEQUALITIES | ACTIVE LABOR | PRECEDING DISCUSSION | EXCESSIVE REGULATION | WORKING-AGE POPULATION | HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT RATES | SOCIAL POLICY | SUBSIDIZED EMPLOYMENT | PRIMARY SOURCE | DEMOCRACY | COLLECTIVE BARGAINING | JOBS | FAMILY STRUCTURES | OCCUPATION | LABOR MARKET OUTCOMES | DRUG ABUSE | HOUSEHOLDS | SOCIAL MOBILITY | INTERNATIONAL DIVISION OF LABOR | SOCIAL STATUS | ECONOMIC CONDITIONS | ECONOMIC EFFECTS | LIVING STANDARDS | MARKET DEVELOPMENTS | MASS MEDIA | SUBSIDIZED JOBS | HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT | EMPLOYMENT HISTORIES | VULNERABLE GROUPS | NATIONAL POLICY | TEMPORARY JOBS | ECONOMIC INSECURITY | LABOR MARKET REFORMS | OCCUPATIONAL MOBILITY | CULTURAL CHANGE | LABOR MARKET | POLITICAL SCIENTISTS | POLITICAL ARENA | QUALITATIVE APPROACH | LABOR MARKET REGULATIONS | VOLATILITY | WORK FORCE | JOB SECURITY | WAGES | ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES | ECONOMIC INEQUALITY | EDUCATIONAL SERVICES | INSURANCE | WAR | ILLNESS | GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT | EXTERNALITIES | PROGRESS | SOCIAL SCIENCE | ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT | NEIGHBORHOOD | STAGFLATION | ECONOMIC MOBILITY | EMPLOYMENT POLICIES | SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS | UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS | SKILLED WORKERS | SELF-ESTEEM | YOUNG WORKERS | DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENTS | FAMILY PLANNING | POLICY RESEARCH | ECONOMIC SHOCKS | ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY | CRIME | FAIR | MODERNIZATION | GENDER NORMS | DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS | HOUSING POLICY | MARKET DISTORTIONS | RISING UNEMPLOYMENT RATES | SOCIAL BENEFITS | RELIGIOUS BELIEFS | EMPLOYMENT | ETHNIC GROUPS | TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS | SOCIAL CONFLICT | POLITICAL ECONOMY | WELL-FUNCTIONING LABOR MARKETS | SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT | POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS | SOCIAL ISOLATION | GENDER DISCRIMINATION | DIVISION OF LABOR | EQUAL PARTICIPATION | LABOR LAWS | CRIMES | REFUGEES | GHETTOS | UNEMPLOYED | LABOR MARKET TRAINING | DEVELOPMENT POLICY | SOCIAL CAPITAL | EARNING | TEMPORARY WORKERS | EMPLOYMENT PROMOTION | ECONOMIC CRISES | INCOME INEQUALITY | PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT | INCOME | LABOR MARKET POLICIES | SPREAD | INTERVENTION | COLLECTIVE ACTION | ECONOMIC THEORY | SOCIAL COSTS | COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES | OCCUPATIONS | MARKET ANALYSIS | SOCIAL INCLUSION | INFLATION | ADOLESCENTS | SOCIOLOGISTS | MARKET ECONOMIES | POLICY DISCUSSIONS | ECONOMIC COSTS | CAPACITY BUILDING | WORKER | SOCIAL EXCLUSION | SOCIAL POLICIES | SURPLUS | INTERVENTIONS | RESPECT | AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY | EMPLOYMENT PROBABILITY | ACCOUNTING | LABOR REGULATIONS | COMMUNITIES | TRADE UNIONS | EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY | YOUTH | MARKET TRENDS | CIVIL WAR | COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT | LABOUR MARKET | SOCIAL TRANSFORMATIONS | ACTIVE EMPLOYMENT | NEIGHBORHOODS | ROLE MODELS | DISADVANTAGED GROUPS | CITIES | HUMAN CAPITAL | BULLETIN | GENDER | HOUSING | QUALITY OF LIFE | UNEMPLOYMENT | LABOUR MARKET OUTCOMES | TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT | SOCIAL BARRIERS | LABOR RELATIONS | NEIGHBOURHOODS | LABOR MARKET INSTITUTIONS | BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS | DIVORCE | EMPLOYMENT SITUATION | RISING UNEMPLOYMENT | RESIDENTIAL MOBILITY | POLICY MAKERS | ECONOMIC INTEGRATION | ECONOMIC CHANGES | HABITAT | PRODUCTIVITY | COMPETITIVE LABOR MARKETS | LABOUR
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05/2014, Policy Research Working Paper, Volume 6891
This paper studies the incidence and determinants of episodes of drastic unemployment reduction, defined as swift, substantial, and sustained declines in... 
LABOR MARKETS | BUSINESS CYCLE | DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS | MONETARY POLICY | UNEMPLOYMENT REDUCTION | PRIVATE GAIN | GDP | WTO | CONTRACT ENFORCEMENT | TRANSITION ECONOMIES | CYCLICAL UNEMPLOYMENT | REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS | EXPECTED VALUE | UNEMPLOYMENT RATES | ECONOMIC GROWTH | REAL INTEREST RATES | POLICY RESEARCH WORKING PAPER | WELL-FUNCTIONING LABOR MARKETS | WORKERS | PRIVATE SECTOR | PURCHASING POWER PARITY | PRICE CONTROLS | LABOR LAWS | AVERAGE UNEMPLOYMENT | MORTALITY | REGULATORY FRAMEWORK | SEVERANCE PAY | UNEMPLOYED | DEVELOPMENT POLICY | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | INITIAL UNEMPLOYMENT | SECURE PROPERTY RIGHTS | LICENSING RESTRICTIONS | PREVIOUS SECTION | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | INCOME | EMPLOYMENT GROWTH | MACROECONOMIC MANAGEMENT | FIRM SIZE | EMPLOYMENT CREATION | EXCESSIVE REGULATION | SOCIAL RESEARCH | SEVERANCE PAYMENTS | BANKRUPTCY | DEMOCRACY | COLLECTIVE BARGAINING | DRIVERS | TRADE REFORMS | JOBS | INFLATION | POLICY DISCUSSIONS | RULE OF LAW | POLITICAL PROCESS | PREVIOUS RESULTS | PURCHASING POWER | ECONOMIC CONDITIONS | GROSS REPLACEMENT RATE | UNEMPLOYMENT DECLINES | NET JOB CREATION | WORKER | DEBT | DISMISSAL | ECONOMIC FREEDOM | MEDIUM OF EXCHANGE | LABOUR MARKET RIGIDITIES | GROSS FIXED CAPITAL FORMATION | JOB CREATION | HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT | ACCOUNTING | UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE | LIFE EXPECTANCY | LABOR REGULATIONS | LABOR ADJUSTMENT | LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES | UNEMPLOYMENT LEVELS | LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION | LABOR MARKET | FREE TRADE | MINIMUM WAGES | NATURAL RATE OF UNEMPLOYMENT | MACROECONOMICS | LABOR MARKET REGULATIONS | LABOUR MARKET | CRISES | LABOR FORCE | COMPARATIVE ECONOMICS | UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE BENEFITS | REAL GDP | WAR | INCOME GROUPS | FLEXIBLE LABOR MARKETS | PROPERTY RIGHTS | MACROECONOMIC CONDITIONS | EXCHANGE RATES | PROGRESS | EXPORTS | LABOR REGULATION | UNEMPLOYMENT | FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT | LEGAL RIGHTS | UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS | LOW UNEMPLOYMENT | WORKING HOURS | GDP PER CAPITA | UNEMPLOYMENT RATE | POLICY RESEARCH | ECONOMICS | LABOUR | TRADE BARRIERS
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09/2014
This report is about education, skills, and labor market outcomes in the Kyrgyz Republic. The report shows that skills are valued in the Kyrgyz Republic labor... 
INFORMAL SECTOR | PRIMARY SCHOOL PERFORMANCE | SKILL TRAINING | SCHOOL CURRICULUM | LABOR MARKETS | FORMAL EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS | TERTIARY EDUCATION | WAGE PREMIUM | EDUCATED WORKERS | LABOR PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH | WELL-FUNCTIONING LABOR MARKET | TRAINING POLICIES | FORMAL TRAINING | OLDER WORKERS | EMPLOYABILITY | NET ENROLMENT | SKILLS REQUIREMENTS | PRIVATE COMPANIES | TRAINING PROGRAM | WAGE GROWTH | DIPLOMAS | ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS | FEMALE EMPLOYMENT | MOBILITY | SECONDARY VOCATIONAL EDUCATION | PRIVATE SECTOR | ADULTS | HUMAN RESOURCES | PARTICIPATION RATES | EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENTS | HIGHER LEVEL OF EDUCATION | PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION | JOB SEARCH | VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS | LEARNING SKILLS | EARLY CHILDHOOD | PRIVATE SECTOR EMPLOYEES | JOB INSECURITY | NUTRITION | HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS | EDUCATION QUALITY | INFORMAL EMPLOYMENT | ON-THE-JOB TRAINING PROGRAMS | TEACHER | PERSONALITY | VOCATIONAL EDUCATION | EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION | ON-THE-JOB TRAINING | SALARIED WORKERS | ENROLMENT RATES | COMPLETION RATES | TEST SCORES | SCHOOLS | VOCATIONAL TRAINING | FEMALE PARTICIPATION | ADULT EDUCATION | DECISION MAKING | LITERACY | ACCESS TO PRESCHOOLS | READING | CRITICAL THINKING | NUMERACY | LEARNING | TRAINING INSTITUTIONS | EMPLOYEE | TRAINING PROGRAMS | LITERACY SKILLS | FORMAL EDUCATION | LABOR MARKET PROGRAMS | EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT | LABOR ECONOMICS | MIGRANT WORKERS | TRAINING SYSTEM | OCCUPATIONS | ACHIEVEMENT | BUS SCHEDULE | PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS | JOBS | PROBLEM SOLVING | EDUCATION SYSTEMS | STUDENT ASSESSMENT | EARLY EDUCATION | LABOR MARKET OUTCOMES | UNIVERSITIES | GENERAL SECONDARY EDUCATION | HIGH SCHOOL | TEACHERS | SKILLS DEVELOPMENT | PRIMARY EDUCATION | HIGHER EDUCATION | EDUCATION LEVEL | SERVICE SECTOR | EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT | FIELDS OF STUDY | UNPAID FAMILY WORKERS | WORKER | LABOR MARKET PROGRAM | COMPLETION RATE | LEVELS OF EDUCATION | INTERVENTIONS | JOB CREATION | SKILL DEVELOPMENT | PROFICIENCY | PRODUCTION FACILITIES | CLASSROOM | EMPLOYMENT OUTCOMES | JOB SEEKERS | SCHOOL YEAR | PRIVATE ENTERPRISES | PRESCHOOL EDUCATION | SCHOOL CLIMATE | LABOR MARKET | LABOR PRODUCTIVITY | STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISE | COGNITIVE TEST | RETURNS TO EDUCATION | YOUTH | COGNITIVE SKILLS | TRAINING IMPACTS | PRIMARY SCHOOL | SCHOOL FACILITIES | LABOR FORCE | LIFE-LONG LEARNING | MATH SKILLS | QUALITY OF EDUCATION | UNIVERSAL ACCESS | ECONOMICS OF EDUCATION | EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT | EMPLOYMENT RATE | FORMAL EDUCATION SYSTEM | LABOR SUPPLY | OLDER ADULTS | GENERAL EDUCATION | RURAL AREAS | HOUSEHOLD SURVEY | READING COMPREHENSION | HUMAN CAPITAL | SKILL TYPE | MATHEMATICS | ENROLLMENT | RURAL POPULATION | LABOR ORGANIZATION | PREGNANT WOMEN | PRODUCTIVE EMPLOYMENT | SECONDARY EDUCATION | ON-THEJOB TRAINING | STUDENT ASSESSMENTS | TEACHING | JOB VACANCIES | JOB TRAINING | GENDER DISPARITIES | HIGH EMPLOYMENT | SCHOOLING | LABOR DEMAND | FUNCTIONAL LITERACY | SKILLS ASSESSMENT | SKILLED WORKERS | YOUNG WORKERS | SERVICE SECTORS | YOUNG PEOPLE | GENERIC SKILLS | HEALTH CARE | EMPLOYMENT RATES | ADULT TRAINING | CHILD EDUCATION | NET ENROLMENT RATES
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World Bank Economic Review, 05/2003
This article is motivated by the remarkable observation that children of land-rich households are often more likely to be in work than the children of... 
CHILD LABOR | LABOR MARKETS | DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS | WELL-FUNCTIONING LABOR MARKET | EXTENDED FAMILIES | ECONOMIC ANALYSIS | LABOR SHORTAGES | MINIMUM WAGE | EMPLOYMENT | ETHNIC GROUPS | PUBLIC TRANSPORT | MARGINAL PRODUCTIVITY | POLITICAL ECONOMY | FINANCIAL MARKETS | PUBLIC POLICY | INTEREST RATES | WORKERS | LABOUR SUPPLY | WAGE RATE | INCOME REDISTRIBUTION | MARKET WAGE | LAWS | FACTOR MARKETS | HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS | CHILD WORKERS | SCHOOL ATTENDANCE | FEMALE LABOR | WAGE EMPLOYMENT | PERFECT MARKETS | CHILD WORK | CHILD LABOUR | LEGISLATION | AGE GROUP | INCOME | PRECEDING DISCUSSION | FAMILY LABOR | HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION | EXOGENOUS VARIABLES | CHILD LABOR DECLINE | PARENTAL EDUCATION | LABOR ECONOMICS | HOUSEHOLD ENTERPRISES | SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCATION | OCCUPATION | PRODUCTION FUNCTION | FINANCIAL SERVICES | PRIMARY EDUCATION | RURAL LABOR MARKET | LABOUR STANDARDS | LAND USE | LIVING STANDARDS | WAGE INCREASE | PREVIOUS STUDY | TAX | WORKER | DEBT | MORAL HAZARD | YOUNG CHILDREN | EDUCATIONAL LEVEL | WORKING CHILDREN | SUBSTITUTION EFFECTS | LABOR MARKET | CONSUMPTION SMOOTHING | HOUSEHOLD ENTERPRISE | PREVIOUS WORK | WORK EXPERIENCE | HOUSEHOLD INCOME | RURAL LABOR | PREVIOUS STUDIES | SOCIAL PROTECTION | PRIMARY SCHOOL | WAGES | EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT | LABOR SUPPLY | HOUSEHOLD STRUCTURE | INSURANCE | HOUSEHOLD SURVEY | AIDS ORPHANS | BARGAINING | HUMAN CAPITAL | ELASTICITY | BARGAINING POWER | PRODUCTIVE EMPLOYMENT | LABOUR MARKETS | SECONDARY EDUCATION | PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION | LABOR STANDARDS | SOCIAL NORMS | UNEMPLOYMENT | EXCLUSION RESTRICTION | LABOR DEMAND | PRESENT EVIDENCE | CAPITAL MARKETS | UNEMPLOYMENT RATE | PRODUCTIVITY | EMPLOYMENT RATES | ECONOMICS | LABOR MARKET DISCRIMINATION | LABOUR | WORK ACTIVITIES
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European Competition Journal, ISSN 1744-1056, 09/2015, Volume 11, Issue 2-3, pp. 574 - 636
The GB retail energy market, and Ofgem's regulation of it, have been controversial. In 2014 Ofgem asked the CMA to investigate. Its Provisional Findings of... 
well-functioning market | competition policy | behavioural economics | Ofgem OFT and CMA | retail energy market
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Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine, ISSN 2333-7214, 8/2017, Volume 3, p. 2333721417727098
Objective: The aim of this study is to examine social, economic, and health factors related to paid work in well-functioning older adults and if and how these... 
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Family Relations, ISSN 0197-6664, 10/2018, Volume 67, Issue 4, pp. 467 - 482
Objective To explore laypeople's conceptualization of terms that refer to families that do well and how social‐contextual factors shape these... 
healthy families | lay conceptualizations | well‐functioning families | strong families | well-functioning families | SOCIAL WORK | FAMILY STUDIES | Interpersonal relations | Family | Information management | Ethnography | Feminism | Nursing | Professionals | Classification | Families & family life | Objectives | Lifestyles | Knowledge
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04/2011, ISBN 9781444331349, 17
This chapter contains sections titled: Issues Liturgical Offering How Christian Practice in Relation to the Environment Might be Shaped by Worship References 
human relationship to natural world ‐ working itself out in tension ‐ two modern perceptions, freedom and self‐direction of human agents, determining forces outside our control | re‐enacting the story, treasuring the creation ‐ consummate moment of offering, eucharistic prayer, the “offertory” | immanentism, moral claims of “nature‐as‐a‐whole” ‐ “a creative, life‐sustaining process, well‐functioning of which is not only vital to but constitutive of human and non‐human well‐being” | Christian practice in relation to environment, shaped by worship ‐ Christian story contrasting with what might be called the “ Manichean” character of contemporary approaches | second moment of modernity ‐ whole series of what it perceived, threats to this freedom and self‐possession | dominance of management models and lure of “sustainability” ‐ inheriting terms of freedom, determinism dialectic, environmental decision‐making | management models, vulnerable to criticism ‐ objectifying the natural world, even instrumentalizing it | human relationship to nature ‐ be construed | tension between freedom and determinism ‐ dominant story in the West, Enlightenment and post‐Enlightenment thought about the human subject | isolating two key moments ‐ claim made for the radical ‐ and inalienable freedom and self‐possession of human subject | Human relationship to natural world - working itself out in tension - two modern perceptions, freedom and self-direction of human agents, determining forces outside our control | Tension between freedom and determinism - dominant story in the West, Enlightenment and post-Enlightenment thought about the human subject | Immanentism, moral claims of "nature-as-a-whole" - "a creative, life-sustaining process, well-functioning of which is not only vital to but constitutive of human and non-human well-being" | Dominance of management models and lure of "sustainability" - inheriting terms of freedom, determinism dialectic, environmental decision-making | Isolating two key moments - claim made for the radical - and inalienable freedom and self-possession of human subject | Management models, vulnerable to criticism - objectifying the natural world, even instrumentalizing it | Christian practice in relation to environment, shaped by worship - Christian story contrasting with what might be called the " Manichean" character of contemporary approaches | Human relationship to nature - be construed | Second moment of modernity - whole series of what it perceived, threats to this freedom and self-possession | Re-enacting the story, treasuring the creation - consummate moment of offering, eucharistic prayer, the "offertory"
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