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ANALIZA UNOR PROCESE DE ÎMBĂTRÂNIRE ACTIVĂ LA NIVELUL A 6 ŢĂRI ALE U.E. ŞI ROMÂNIA (International Conference “EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE OF LABOR MARKET - INOVATION, EXPERTNESS, PERFORMANCE”)

Gabriela Tudose (), Daniela Paşnicu (), Cătălin Ghinăraru and Adriana Ana Maria Davidescu ()
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Gabriela Tudose: INCSMPS, Bucuresti, Romania
Daniela Paşnicu: Spiru Haret, Bucuresti, Romania
Cătălin Ghinăraru: INCSMPS, Bucuresti, Romania
Adriana Ana Maria Davidescu: INCSMPS, Bucuresti, Romania

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Abstract: In the EU-28, employment and unemployment among the elderly have experienced changes in the period 2002-2013, which differs significantly from country to country. These changes were mainly due to acute financial crisis. The paper draw a statistical analysis of active aging, active performance measures applied to the 6 member states of the European Union and Romania reflected in labor market outcomes. It was intended to highlight key issues related to the elderly population situation in Romania in conjunction with key labor market indicators and economic development. The paper concludes with a set of conclusions related to the effectiveness of older people employment activation on the labor market in Romania. Analyses undertaken in this paper illustrate that the employment and unemployment among older people continue to pose problems in the labor market in Romania. In the period 2005-2013, in Romania, the employment gap related to the average of EU-28 increased, while the unemployment shows consistently lower values than the European average for over 55 years. Although strategic goals adaptation kept pace with Europe, the implementation of measures to realize the general policies in order to increase employment of the elderly in Romania didn't show diversity and noticed no substantial financial allocation thereof.

Keywords: elderly employment; elderly unemployment; active ageing policies; salary subsidies; European strategic objectives; employment regulation; employment agency.Length: 7 pages (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: J01 J08 J6 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 10 pages
Date: 2015-05
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