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dc.contributor.authorWęgrzyn, Grażyna
dc.contributor.authorSalamaga, Marcin
dc.description.abstractThe main purpose of the work is to present the results of empirical research on the impact of innovation levels in the economy on the structure of labour market flows. The analysis of the directions and scale of these flows makes it possible to discover important characteristics of the labour market and thus makes it possible to better construct and target policies to reduce unemployment or activate economically inactive people. The study uses data from the Labour Force Survey (LFS) and experimental job‑to‑job statistics for the European Union (EU) countries, covering the 2011–2019 period. We conducted research separately for selected groups of economies classified by their level of innovation, i.e. Innovation Leaders, Strong Innovators, Moderate Innovators, and Emerging Innovators. The results demonstrate that the structure of flows in a labour market depends on the innovation level of the respective economy. The main contribution of the study is that it identifies employee flow patterns in the labour markets of individual EU countries from the perspective of the innovation levels of their respective economies. Panel error correction models (ECM) and panel causality tests were used. In countries that are Innovation Leaders, an increase in participation in lifelong learning leads to a parallel increase in employee flow (EE) and job‑to‑job employee turnover. In countries that are Emerging Innovators, increasing participation in lifelong learning increases turnover, mainly among young people (15–24 age group).en
dc.description.abstractGłównym celem pracy jest przedstawienie wyników badań empirycznych dotyczących wpływu poziomu innowacyjności gospodarki na strukturę przepływów na rynku pracy.Analiza kierunków i skali przepływów umożliwia poznanie ważnych własności rynku pracy, a tym samym pozwala lepiej konstruować i adresować polityki ukierunkowane na ograniczanie skali bezrobocia lub aktywizację osób biernych zawodowo. W opracowaniu wykorzystano dane z badania Labour Force Survey (LFS) oraz statystyk eksperymentalnych job‑to‑job dla państw Unii Europejskiej w latach 2011–2019. Badania przeprowadzono odrębnie dla wyróżnionych grup państw ze względu na poziom innowacyjności, tj. Liderzy innowacji (Innovation leaders), Silni innowatorzy (Strong innovators), Umiarkowani innowatorzy (Moderate innovators), Wschodzący innowatorzy (Emerging innovators). Wskazujemy, że skala i kierunek przepływów osób na rynku pracy zależą od poziomu innowacyjności gospodarki. Głównym wkładem opracowania jest zidentyfikowanie wzorców przepływów na rynku pracy w państwach Unii Europejskiej, warunkowanych poziomem innowacyjności gospodarki. W badaniu wykorzystano panelowe modele korekty błędem ECM oraz panelowy test przyczynowości. W krajach zaliczanych do Liderów innowacyjności kształcenie ustawiczne zwiększa przepływy pracowników (EE) oraz rotację (job‑to‑job) ogółem, natomiast w krajach słabych innowacyjnie wzrasta rotacja jedynie wśród osób młodych (15–24 lata).pl
dc.publisherWydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiegopl
dc.relation.ispartofseriesComparative Economic Research. Central and Eastern Europe;3pl
dc.subjectlabour market flowen
dc.subjecttransitions in labour market statusen
dc.subjectinnovation economyen
dc.subjectprzepływy na rynku pracypl
dc.subjectzmiany statusu osób na rynku pracypl
dc.subjectrotacja pracownikówpl
dc.subjectinnowacyjność gospodarkipl
dc.titleAnalysis of the Impact of Innovative Economic Conditions on the Flow of Workers in the Labour Markets of the European Union Countriesen
dc.title.alternativeAnaliza wpływu innowacyjnych uwarunkowań gospodarki na przepływy pracowników na rynku pracy w państwach Unii Europejskiejpl
dc.contributor.authorAffiliationWęgrzyn, Grażyna - Wroclaw University of Economics and Business, Wrocław, Polanden
dc.contributor.authorAffiliationSalamaga, Marcin - Cracow University of Economics, Kraków, Polanden
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