|Author:||Jan J. Rutkowski|
|Title:||Changes in the Wage Structure During Economic Transition in Central and Eastern Europe (World Bank Technical Paper)|
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|Publisher:||World Bank (October 1, 1996)|
The major findings are as follows: a) economic transition is associated with a uniform substantial fall in real wages, although this has been partially exaggerated due This paper depicts changes in the wage structure during economic transition in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) emphasizing various aspects of wage inequality and age differentials by educational attainment. Published January 1st 1996 by World Bank Publications.
Labor Markets in Transition in Central and Eastern Europe, 1989-1995 (World Bank Technical Paper). Christine Allison, Dena Ringold. Download (pdf, 752 Kb) Donate Read. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF. Converted file can differ from the original. If possible, download the file in its original format.
This report assesses the changes in social welfare and policy that have taken place in Poland during the economic transition. It tests the main hypotheses concerning changes in the role of the welfare state, workings of the labor market, the distributional consequences of transition, and more generally about the winners and losers in transition. Chapter one examines trends in social expenditure during economic transition. Chapter two focuses on changes in the labor market, including emerging risks and opportunities.
Changes in the Wage Structure During Economic Transition in Central and Eastern Europe. This paper depicts changes in the wage structure during economic transition in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), emphasizing various aspects of wage inequality and wage differentials by educational attainment. The major findings are: economic transition is associated with a uniform, substantial fall in real wages, although in some cases this fall has been exaggerated due to underestimation of the.
Published: 1 October 1996. in World Bank Technical Papers. World Bank Technical Papers ; doi:10.
Based on empirical evidence, this report assesses changes in social welfare and policy in Poland during the economic transition. In the wake of economic liberalization, employment and wages began to be determined by the interplay of supply and demand. This had two key welfare consequences: the emergence of unemployment and the widening of earnings differentials. Chapter 2 examines these changes in employment prospects and in the wage structure. Specifically it concentrates on the labor market prospects of different worker groups. Author Rutkowski, Jan . Document Date 1998/09/30. Document Type Publication.
Common fallacies in the debate on the economic transition in Central and Eastern Europe. Countries in transition to market economies have had to implement macroeconomic stabilization programs at the same time that they were engaged in massive changes of their political institutions and the systemic frameworks of their economies. In the transformation economies of Eastern Europe a rather high level of institutional heterogeneity developed after having started at low, albeit quite similar levels after the fall of the Iron Curtain. This heterogeneity is relevant both at the level of the major macroeconomic indicators and the level of indicators of institutional reforms and the resulting institutional quality.
Socha M. and U. Sztanderska (1993), ‘The Labour Market’, in Kierzkowski . Okolski M. and S. Wellisz, Stabilization and Structural Adjustment in Poland, London, Routledge, pp. 131–152.
This article discusses political and economic changes in Poland, Central and Eastern Europe emerging since the demise of the ‘closed system’ in 1989. The presentation explores the range of change, the method and the sequence of change. General lessons in economic transition as identified by Polish Finance Minister Lezak Balcerowicz are discussed. The challenges involved in macroeconomic stabilization, radical liberalization, Bookmark.