HOME PAGE Welcome to the site of Economy and Forecasting journal

№ 2018/4

Economy under the conditions of modern transformations

BLYZNIUK Viktoriia 1, YURYK Yaryna 2

1Institute for Economics and Forecasting, NAS of Ukraine
2Institute for Economics and Forecasting, NAS of Ukraine

Asymmetricity in the development of the industrial segment of Ukrainian labor market

Ekon. prognozuvannâ 2018; 4:65-80https://doi.org/10.15407/eip2018.04.065


JEL: J21, J24

Article in Ukrainian (pp. 65 - 80) DownloadDownloads :45


1. Kolot, A.M. (2011). Evolution of the Role of the State and the Tools of its Influence on the Development of the Social and Labour Sphere. Sotsialno-trudovi vidnosyny: teoriia i praktyka – Social and labour relations: theory and practice, 1, 5-13 [in Ukrainian].
2. Lisohor, L.S. (2010). Harmonization of Labor Market Flexibility and Social Protection of Workers in Ukraine: Problems and Perspectives. Formuvannia rynkovoi ekonomiky – Formation of a market economy, 3, 168-175 [in Ukrainian].
3. Anxo, D., Ericson, T., & Jolivet, A. (2012). Working longer in European countries: Underestimated and unexpected effects. International Journal of Manpower, 33(6), 612-628. doi: https://doi.org/10.1108/01437721211261787
4. Amosha, O.I. et al. (2017). Industry of Ukraine – 2016: state and prospects of development: scientific and analytical report. Kyiv: NAS of Ukraine, Institute of industrial economics [in Ukrainian].
5. Halchynskyi, A.S. (2010). Economic methodology. Logic update: course of lectures. Kyiv: ADEF-Ukraina [in Ukrainian].
6. Kapelyushnikov, R. (2009). Productivity and Labor Compensation in Russia: How to Cope with Statistical Illusions. Voprosyj ekonomiki – Economics, 4, 59-79 [in Russian].
7. Kapelyushnikov, R. (2014). Labor productivity versus labor compensation: some simple arithmetic. National Research University Higher School of Economics Working paper WP3/2014/01. Moscow: Publishing House of the Higher School of Economics [in Russian].
8. Blyzniuk, V.V. (2011). Human Potential: Peculiarities of the Formation in the Context of Modernization. Ekon. prognozuvannâ – Economy and forecasting, 4, 106-116 [in Ukrainian].
9. Yuryk, Ya.I., Blyzniuk, V.V. (2014). The Quality of the Workforce as a Key Factor of Ukraine's Innovative Development. Ekon.prognozuvannâ – Economy and forecasting, 1, 67-86 [in Ukrainian].
10. Denison, E.F. (1962). The Sources of Economic Growth in The United States and the Alternatives before Us. New York: Committee for Economic Development.
11. Denison, E.F. (1967). Why Growth Rates Differ: Postwar Experience in Nine Western Countries. Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution.
12. Sharpe, A. (2008, November). The Paradox of Market-Oriented Public Policy and Poor Productivity Growth in Canada. A Festschrift in Honour of David Dodge's Contributions to Canadian Public Policy, 135-191.
13. Sharpe, A. (2010). Can Sectoral Reallocations of Labour Explain Canada's Abysmal Productivity Performance? International Productivity Monitor, 19, 40-49.
14. Sharpe, A., Thomson, E. (2010). Insights into Canada's Abysmal Post-2000 Productivity Performance from Decompositions of Labour Productivity Growth by Industry and Province. International Productivity Monitor, 20, 48-67.
15. Tang, J., Wang, W. (2004). Sources of Aggregate Labour Productivity Growth in Canada and the United States. The Canadian Journal of Economics, 37(2), 421-444. doi: https://doi.org/10.1111/j.0008-4085.2004.00009.x
16. Dumagan, Jesus C. (2013). A Generalized Exactly Additive Decomposition of Aggregate Labor Productivity Growth. Review of Income and Wealth, 59(1), 157-168. doi: https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1475-4991.2012.00511.x
17. Diewert, W. Erwin. (2014). Decompositions of Productivity Growth into Sectoral Effects. Journal of Productivity Analysis, 43(3), 367-387. doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11123-014-0392-0
18. Yuryk, Ya. (2018). Decomposition of growth rates of aggregate labor productivity in Ukraine. International Conference on Theoretical and Applied Economic Practices "Economic growth in conditions of globalization: sustainable development models" (13th edition), II, 184-189. Chisinau: INC [in Russian].