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Labour Market and Skills in the Western Balkans


Arandarenko, Mihail; Barnes, Sasha; Bartlett, Will; Čučković, Nevenka; Gatelli, Debora; Johansen, Jens; Klebernik, Alexander; Matković, Teo; Mojsoska-Blazevski, Nikica; Ognjanov, Galjina et al.
Labour Market and Skills in the Western Balkans, Belgrade and London: FREN - Foundation for the Advancement of Economics and London School of Economics - LSEE, 2012 (monografija)


Naslov
Labour Market and Skills in the Western Balkans

Autori
Arandarenko, Mihail ; Barnes, Sasha ; Bartlett, Will ; Čučković, Nevenka ; Gatelli, Debora ; Johansen, Jens ; Klebernik, Alexander ; Matković, Teo ; Mojsoska-Blazevski, Nikica ; Ognjanov, Galjina ; Oruc, Nermin ; Pejkovski, Jovan ; Ristovska, Maja

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija knjige
Autorske knjige, monografija, znanstvena

Izdavač
FREN - Foundation for the Advancement of Economics and London School of Economics - LSEE

Grad
Belgrade and London

Godina
2012

Stranica
232

ISBN
978-86-916185-0-6

Ključne riječi
Labour Market, Skills Missmatch ; Growth ; Western Balkans

Sažetak
Skill mismatch appears to be a more permanent phenomenon in the Western Balkans than in more developed EU countries where mismatch mainly affects younger people and tends to decline with age due to occupational mobility, movement up the career ladder in larger firms and investment by employers in on-the-job training. In the Western Balkans, such mismatch tends to be more persistent for a number of reasons. Firstly, old skills quickly become redundant when new technologies are introduced through restructuring. Secondly, employers invest relatively little in on -the-job-training due to uncertainty induced by the poor investment climate. Thirdly, old skills have gradually become obsolete due to the persistence of long-term unemployment. Fourthly, re-skilling has been inhibited by the low provision of adult education and life-long learning opportunities. Such skill mismatch could in principal be overcome through on-the-job training or career mobility, but employers are often reluctant to spend on employee training, while career mobility is often severely limited by structural factors such as lack of retraining opportunities and the costs of moving house.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Ekonomija



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekt / tema
017-0171682-1288 - Međunarodni aspekti konkurentnosti, restrukturiranja i poduzetništva u RH (Nevenka Čučković, )

Ustanove
Institut za razvoj i međunarodne odnose

Profili:

Avatar Url Nevenka Čučković (autor)

Avatar Url Teo Matković (autor)

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Arandarenko, Mihail; Barnes, Sasha; Bartlett, Will; Čučković, Nevenka; Gatelli, Debora; Johansen, Jens; Klebernik, Alexander; Matković, Teo; Mojsoska-Blazevski, Nikica; Ognjanov, Galjina et al.
Labour Market and Skills in the Western Balkans, Belgrade and London: FREN - Foundation for the Advancement of Economics and London School of Economics - LSEE, 2012 (monografija)
Arandarenko, M., Barnes, S., Bartlett, W., Čučković, N., Gatelli, D., Johansen, J., Klebernik, A., Matković, T., Mojsoska-Blazevski, N. & Ognjanov, G. (2012) Labour Market and Skills in the Western Balkans. Belgrade and London, FREN - Foundation for the Advancement of Economics and London School of Economics - LSEE.
@book{book, year = {2012}, pages = {232}, keywords = {Labour Market, Skills Missmatch, Growth, Western Balkans}, isbn = {978-86-916185-0-6}, title = {Labour Market and Skills in the Western Balkans}, keyword = {Labour Market, Skills Missmatch, Growth, Western Balkans}, publisher = {FREN - Foundation for the Advancement of Economics and London School of Economics - LSEE}, publisherplace = {Belgrade and London} }

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