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Cluster Analysis of the EU Countries in Terms of Labor Market Indicators


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Title Statement Cluster Analysis of the EU Countries in Terms of Labor Market Indicators
Added Entry - Uncontrolled Name Daniela PASNICU; Spiru Haret University, INCSMPS
Speranța PARCIOG; <p><strong>INCSMPS, Bucharest, Romania</strong></p>
Cătălin GHINARARU; <p><strong>INCSMPS, Bucharest, Romania</strong></p> <br />
Gabriela TUDOSE
Uncontrolled Index Term JEL classification: E24, E19
Keywords: labor market, cluster analysis method, employment, unemployment, cohesion policies, vulnerable groups.
Summary, etc. Abstract: Dynamics of main indicators in the EU labor market context reflects that the EU labor market as whole remains tense, and that differs substantially from one country to another. This paper includes an analysis of recent developments in labor market participation, employment, unemployment, education level with special concerning on data disaggregated by age and sex. Paper aims to group the EU countries according to key indicators of the labor market for gaps and similarities identification in order to achieve the objectives of cohesion policies at EU level. To achieve this propose it was used hierarchical cluster analysis method.      
Publication, Distribution, Etc. International Conference on Economic Sciences and Business Administration (ICESBA 2014)
2014-10-13 00:00:00
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