Employment and unemployment in the Republic of Croatia
Predrag Bejaković () and
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Viktor Gotovac: Faculty of Law, Zagreb
Chapter 9 in Croatian Accession to the European Union: Economic and Legal Challenges, 2003, vol. 1, pp 201-222 from Institute of Public Finance
The labour market has the most important role in determining the standard of living of citizens of the Republic of Croatia, but this labour market is characterised more by the aim of preserving existing employment than of creating new jobs. Unemployment is a burning topic, irrespective of the considerable differences in data about employment or unemployment in various official sources. The paper will detail EU activities connected with employment, analyse the labour market and measures for reducing unemployment in the Republic of Croatia, and propose some ways in which the labour market might be improved.
Keywords: employment; unemployment; labour relations; labour market; Republic of Croatia; EU (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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