Analyses factors determining the outflows from unemployment to employment across regions in Poland over the years 1992‐98, employing the concept of the augmented matching function. Explores also the influence of the economic growth and the employment structure of the regional labour markets in Poland. Concludes that the values of outflows from unemployment to employment are closely and positively related to the number of unemployed and the number of vacancies, as well as to the economic growth rate; and that the employment structure of regional labour markets has a strong impact on outflows from unemployment to employment. The more a regional employment structure resembles the structure in European G7 countries, the higher the outflows from unemployment to employment.
Rogut, A. and Tokarski, T. (2002), "Regional diversity of employment structure and outflows from unemployment to employment in Poland", International Journal of Manpower, Vol. 23 No. 1, pp. 62-76. https://doi.org/10.1108/01437720210421303Download as .RIS
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