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Brindusa Radu and Dalina Andrei ()

Romanian Economic Business Review, 2016, vol. 11, issue 2, 192-199

Abstract: In the context of economic transition, the labor market in Romania has undergone significant changes in the volume and structure of the main indicators of labor. After 1990, the decrease of inhabitants in Romania, due to the negative natural growth and massive emigration, resulted in the reduction of the active population and employment in all eight development regions in Romania. The paper analyzes the phenomenon of labor employment in regional profile. In essence, two issues were here followed: public participation in economic and social regional developments and employment structure. There were also highlighted the differences and development gaps between regions of Romania in the use of labor in order to identify conclusions that can improve regional development policies and to enhance effective action to fill the available labor resources. It is this way that the paper highlighted the huge gaps between Bucharest-Ilfov region and otherregions of the country in terms of employment structure by economic activities, the region aroud the Capital City keeping in context the smallest share of the population employed in agriculture.

Keywords: labor market; employed population; regional gaps (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016
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