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Unemployment Evolution and Analysis of Structural Unemployment in Romania in the Period 2014-2015

Cristina Alina Naftanaila (), Viorica Braga () and Odi Mihaela Zarnescu ()

International Journal of Academic Research in Accounting, Finance and Management Sciences, 2016, vol. 6, issue 1, 54-60

Abstract: Unemployment is a state of imbalance in the labour market, manifested by excess of the labour supply compared to the demand for labour; it is a phenomenon of the labour market. Unemployment is characterized by loss of income, loss of confidence, eroding the relations with the community and the emergence of the alienation and exclusion feelings from the normal life, which causes tensions and threatening of the social stability. Through this article I want to highlight the evolution of unemployment in the period 2012-2015 and to analyse the perspective of the structural unemployment in Romania. The scientific approach is based on analysis of documents and statistics from the financial - banking field as those published by the National Bank of Romania and the National Agency for Employment, as well as on studying the literature: Ion Bucur (1999) Constantin Enache and Constantin Mecu (2009), Lucian Liviu Albu (2002).

Keywords: Unemployment; structural unemployment; unemployment rate; evolution of the number of the registered unemployed; institutional characteristics of the labour market (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016
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