Wpisy otagowane jako worker flows

05/07/2016
lvandervelde

On the reallocation literature

Labor reallocations constitute a relevant phenomena in advanced and developing countries alike. Faced with the need to accomodate the productive structure to the world requirements, policy makers must decide on the type of interventions to moderate the effects. In this sense, one might wonder whether laissez-faire churning, with little state intervention leads to better outcomes, in terms […]

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05/06/2015
lvandervelde

Gdyby starość mogła, gdyby młodość wiedziała…

Gdyby nie demografia – wiąż mielibyśmy strukturę zatrudnienia podobną do 1989 r.

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16/03/2015
admin

Job flows, productivity and inequalities

Dynamiczne rynki pracy? Dużo przepływów nie daje korzyści dla wzrostu, a zwiększa nierówności.

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26/02/2015
lvandervelde

NYC (enough said)

Unless you are reading this in 1663, when it was still called New Amsterdam, you know to which city we are referring when we proudly announced that GRAPE earned the privilege to present its research in NYC. That is right! New York City!!! And to be more precise, at the Eastern Economic Association conference. The […]

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18/12/2014
lvandervelde

A prophet in its hometown

Against the popular saying ( "no prophet is welcomed in his hometown ") , GRAPE was invited to present the latest work on reallocation "Can we really explain worker flows in transition economies?" at the University of Warsaw, as a part of the Warsaw Economic Seminars. Lucas van der Velde was responsible for the presentation.  […]

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