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OCUPAREA FORŢEI DE MUNCĂ CA UN FACTOR DE INEGALITATE: CAZUL REPUBLICII MOLDOVA (International Conference “EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE OF LABOR MARKET - INOVATION, EXPERTNESS, PERFORMANCE”)

Tatiana Colesnicova
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Tatiana Colesnicova: Institutul Național de Cercetări Economice, Academia de Stiinte a Moldovei

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Abstract: The influence of employment on the welfare of social inequality in the Republic of Moldova is analyzed in the paper. At the present stage of the Moldovan society development it is important to assess the impact of various factors on the inequality of consumer spending households in the country, which will allow developing the most effective measures for the modernization of economic and social policies. One of the major factors for reducing inequality and existence of the economic welfare in society is the possibility of people to be to be involved in the productive labor. Thus, being employed, the household members directly influence on the household’s revenue and exert a significant impact on livelihoods, both in rural and urban areas.

Keywords: employment; unemployment; welfare; social inequality; labor force; members of households; quintile groups. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: J64 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 10 pages
Date: 2015-05
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