Iulian Alexandru CONDRATOV


Strategies for combating unemployment and stimulate employment must be build upon the main objective established in the market labor of Romania: development of human resources and increase it competitiveness on labor market.The main purpose of this paper is to make an analysis of unemployment in Romania and to present  the complex evolution of unemployment phenomenon depending on a multiplicity of economic and social factors.


Unemployment rate; unemployment consequences; panel analysis


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