A JOB TYPOLOGY FROM THE NEW COHESION POLICY PERSPECTIVE (International Conference “EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE OF LABOR MARKET - INOVATION, EXPERTNESS, PERFORMANCE”)
Ghenadie Ciobanu (),
Cristina Lincaru () and
Beatrice Chiriac ()
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Ghenadie Ciobanu: INCSMPS, Bucureşti
Beatrice Chiriac: INCSMPS, Bucureşti
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The recent ”World of Work Report 2014-Developing with jobs of ILO” emphasis that developing countries have been confronted with the need to rebalance their economies and find new sources of economic growth and job creation. On this background on European level the cohesion policy in 2014- 2020 it will be the EU's principle investment tool for delivering the Europe 2020 goals: creating growth and jobs, tackling climate change and energy dependence, and reducing poverty and social exclusion. In this article we iterate the main jobs definitions and classifications able to respond to the goals of these new policies. The proposed jobs classification covers the active national legislation and European main policies concept and definitions, by type of jobs funding/ subsidy typology and novelty (green jobs, greening jobs, new jobs, vacancies, etc.) - criteria in view to support he quality jobs creation as engine for a sustainable development. The job typology from the cohesion policy perspective represents our research result that provides a useful instrument for the practitioners in the new strategic cycle 2014-2020
Keywords: jobs typology; cohesion policy; public policy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: J23 J68 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 9 pages
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