ANALYSIS OF UNEMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYMENT AT REGIONAL LEVEL
Cristina Burghelea (),
Carmen Uzlau (),
Corina Ene and
Dan Topor ()
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Cristina Burghelea: Hyperion University, 169 Calea Calarasi, Bucharest
Carmen Uzlau: Hyperion University, 169 Calea Calarasi, Bucharest
Dan Topor: Hyperion University, 169 Calea Calarasi, Bucharest
Internal Auditing and Risk Management, 2016, vol. 41, issue 1, 1-11
Unemployment is perhaps the most feared phenomenon of our time, affecting all walks of life. Unemployment is an economic process caused by recessions or economic crises, manifested in the fact that some of the employees are left without work because of the gap between supply and demand for labor, so they cannot get hired because of the difficulty in finding a job.\r\n For me, this phenomenon arouses great interest due to its frequency and scale. After the outbreak of the economic crisis since 2009 in Romania, unemployment has returned "in power", becoming one of the first issues to be considered by the Romanian economy, which has managed to keep the issue of unemployment is under control by 2009. Research is composed of a comparative regional analysis thereof, the eight development regions of Romania.
Keywords: unemployment; macroregion; national economy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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