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Labour Markets in Transition free pdf The economic and structural changes in the transition countries since the break up of the Soviet Union have been unique and profound. This book explores how the labour markets of the Central and Eastern European transition countries, the Baltic States, and the Russian Federation have developed in response to this and to the new challenge of accession to the European Union.

About Sandrine Cazes

Sandrine Cazes is Senior Specialist, Employment and Labour Market Policies for the Subregional Office for Central and Eastern Europe. She has published articles in the International Labour Review and other scientific journals on various areas of labour market dynamics. She is general editor of Employment Stability in an Age of Flexibility: Evidence from Industrialized Countries(International Labour Organization, 2003). Alena Nesporova is Chief, Employment Policy Unit, Employment Strategy Department at the International Labor Office, Geneva. She has published numerous working papers and articles. She authored and co-authored several books including Manual on Evaluation of Labour Market Policies in Transition Economies, (International Labour Organization, 2001), The Mortality Crisis in Transitional Economies (Oxford University Press 2000) and Employment and Labour Market Policies in Transition Countries (International Labour Organization, 1999).

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Author : Sandrine Cazes
Publisher : International Labour Office
Data Published : 01 December 2003
ISBN : 9221137236
EAN : 9789221137238
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 161 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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