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In: Geografický časopis, vol. 53, no. 2
Časovo-priestorová diferenciácia nezamestnanosti a jej tokov na Slovensku v rokoch 1997-1999
Rok, strany: 2001, 147 - 170
unemployment, regional unemployment dynamics and disparities, inflow/outflow, regional unemployment flow rates, Slovakia
In the majority of articles the dynamics and regional variability of unemployment is analyzed by means of rates derived from the overall number of the unemployed. Using the metod suggested by Green and applied by Martin and Sunley, attention of this study is focused on the flows of the unemployed (inflows to and outflows from unemployment register), which form the total number of the unemployed. Understanding these figures may contribute to deeper insight into the functioning of the regional labour markets. Monthly data on the flows of the unemployed from the 1997-1999 period were processed for eight Slovak administrative regions. It seems that the existing regional disparities in unemployment rates directly reflect the different regional types of ”flow regimes” of the unemployed, which are defined by the mutual relation between the regional inflow to the unemployment register and regional outflow of the unemployed from the register of job-seekers.
Székely, V. 2001. Časovo-priestorová diferenciácia nezamestnanosti a jej tokov na Slovensku v rokoch 1997-1999. In Geografický časopis, vol. 53, no.2, pp. 147-170. ISSN 0016-7193.
Székely, V. (2001). Časovo-priestorová diferenciácia nezamestnanosti a jej tokov na Slovensku v rokoch 1997-1999. Geografický časopis, 53(2), 147-170. ISSN 0016-7193.