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Flexicurity policies and their association with productivity in the European Union
Primož Dolenc, Suzana Laporšek, 2013, original scientific article

Abstract: The paper examines the issue of flexicurity in the EU Member States and studies the association between flexicurity policy components (i.e. employment protection legislation, lifelong learning programs, active and passive labour market policies) and labour and total factor productivity growth in 20 EU Member States over the 19912008 period. The empirical analysis pointed on the existence of large differences in the level of implementation of flexicurity policies across EU Member States, by which the least successful are NMS, especially with regard to active labour market and lifelong learning programs. As regards the relation between flexicurity variables and productivity growth, panel regression estimates showed that active labour market policies and participation in lifelong learning programs have a statistically significant positive association with labour and total factor productivity growth. On the other hand, rigid employment protection and high expenditures for passive labour market policies negatively relate to productivity growth.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...legislation, lifelong learning programs, active and passive labour market policies) and labour and total factor...
Keywords: flexicutiry, labour market, productivity, European Union
Published: 15.10.2013; Views: 2551; Downloads: 97
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Human capital and economic growth by municipalities in Slovenia
Štefan Bojnec, Matjaž Novak, 2005, original scientific article

Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...economic growth, sectoral reallocation of labour, total factor productivity, stochastic frontier model...
Keywords: economic growth, sectoral reallocation of labour, total factor productivity, stochastic frontier model
Published: 15.10.2013; Views: 3192; Downloads: 74
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Economic efficiency in transition
Anatoliy G. Goncharuk, 2006, original scientific article

Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...economic efficiency, productivity, factors, labour, capital, ...
Keywords: economic efficiency, productivity, factors, labour, capital
Published: 15.10.2013; Views: 2057; Downloads: 63
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Need for a new theory of real convergence
Matjaž Novak, 2007, published scientific conference contribution

Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...convergence, labour productivity, economic growth, transition economies, ...
Keywords: convergence, labour productivity, economic growth, transition economies
Published: 15.10.2013; Views: 2412; Downloads: 58
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How flexicure are new EU member states?
Suzana Laporšek, Primož Dolenc, 2012, published scientific conference contribution

Abstract: The paper analyses the state of implementation of flexicurity policy components in the NMS and, by using panel regression analysis, estimates the relationship between flexicurity policy components (i.e., employment protection legislation, expenditures for active employment policies, participation in lifelong learning and net replacement rate) and labour productivity and long-term unemployment. The empirical analysis showed that the labour markets in the NMS are, on overall, not more rigid than the labour markets in the EU-15, however problematic remain low expenditure for active labour market policies, education and social protection and low participation in lifelong learning. NMS must, according to the results of the panel linear regression, improve their performance in mentioned areas in order to improve their labour productivity and decrease long-term unemployment.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...lifelong learning and net replacement rate) and labour productivity and long-term unemployment. The empirical analysis...
Keywords: flexicurity, labour market, productivity, unemployment, European Union
Published: 15.10.2013; Views: 2392; Downloads: 33
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The employment and wage spillover effects of Slovenia's 2010 minimum wage increase
Matija Vodopivec, Suzana Laporšek, Milan Vodopivec, 2015, published scientific conference contribution

Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...wage, worker flows, employment, wages, wage distribution, labour productivity, spillover effects, Slovenia, ...
Keywords: zaposlovanje, trg dela, mobilnost, plače, minimalna plača, storilnost, Slovenija, minimum wage, worker flows, employment, wages, wage distribution, labour productivity, spillover effects, Slovenia
Published: 14.10.2015; Views: 2715; Downloads: 76
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The missing link between wages and labour productivity in tourism
Violeta Sugar, Štefan Bojnec, Sergej Gričar, 2020, original scientific article

Abstract: The present article aims to analyse wage-labour productivity cau-salities in Croatia and Slovenia using cointegration methods basedon monthly time series data of variables for labour productivityand real gross wages in tourism industry during the periodDecember 1999%January 2020. The data vector is integrated bychain indices with the constant base January 2000%100. A sto-chastic trend and shocks are covered in the analysis. Shocks arelinked to the European Union accession, and economic crisis fol-lowing with overwhelmed tourist arrivals. The contribution of theresearch is two-fold. First, the equations for at most normal dis-tributed variables of labour productivity and real wages in tourismare exposed. Three spatial cointegration relations confirm labourproductivity integrity of the regional tourism market. Second,pair-wise causalities indicate one cointegrated vector for labourproductivity, which drives real gross wages in tourism sub-indus-tries. These results suggest that for a higher non-seasonal assess-ment of real gross wage, the labour productivity should rise, i.e.less workers, more robotization or more tourist arrivals with betterquality solutions. These findings are at most important to beimplemented after the COVID-19 infection crisis with expectedrestructurings and digital transformation in the tourism industry.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: Croatia, error correction model (ECM), real grosswage, labour productivity, Slovenia, vector error correction model (VECM)
Published: 10.12.2020; Views: 866; Downloads: 31
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Supplementary material for paper The missing link between wages and labour productivity in tourism
Sergej Gričar, Violeta Sugar, Štefan Bojnec, 2020, complete scientific database or corpus

Abstract: The present article aims to analyse wage-labour productivity cau-salities in Croatia and Slovenia using cointegration methods basedon monthly time series data of variables for labour productivityand real gross wages in tourism industry during the periodDecember 1999%January 2020. The data vector is integrated bychain indices with the constant base January 2000%100. A sto-chastic trend and shocks are covered in the analysis. Shocks arelinked to the European Union accession, and economic crisis fol-lowing with overwhelmed tourist arrivals. The contribution of theresearch is two-fold. First, the equations for at most normal dis-tributed variables of labour productivity and real wages in tourismare exposed. Three spatial cointegration relations confirm labourproductivity integrity of the regional tourism market. Second,pair-wise causalities indicate one cointegrated vector for labourproductivity, which drives real gross wages in tourism sub-indus-tries. These results suggest that for a higher non-seasonal assess-ment of real gross wage, the labour productivity should rise, i.e.less workers, more robotization or more tourist arrivals with betterquality solutions. These findings are at most important to beimplemented after the COVID-19 infection crisis with expectedrestructurings and digital transformation in the tourism industry.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: Croatia, error correction model (ECM), real grosswage, labour productivity, Slovenia, vector error correction model (VECM)
Published: 14.12.2020; Views: 810; Downloads: 119
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