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Continuous Model Of The Movement Of Human Resources (After The Example Of The District Of Varna)

Yordan Petkov ()
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Yordan Petkov: University of Economics - Varna

An Annual Book of University of Economics - Varna, 2012, vol. 84, issue 1, 300-335

Abstract: In the study there are considered some capabilities of the continuous trend models for theformalization and forecasting of the movement of human resources, accounting for the impact ofvarious factors.There is developed an economic and mathematical model, which permits the assessment and forecasting of major characteristics of the labour movement of human resources for a particularlevel, such as: number of "potential human resources", number of entrants, leavers and employedby sector of the economy, size of the outgoing from the standard flow of human resources.There is illustrated the possibility for practical realization of the model after the example of themovement of human resources in the district of Varna.There is proposed a suitable methodology for binding some of the parameters of the developed model to the factors determining them.

Keywords: Movement Of Human Resources; District Of Varna; labour movement (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C51 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2012
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