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Title:Şomajul în Slovenia : impactul deosebirilor dintre sexe în perioadele de şomaj
Authors:Boršič, Darja (Author)
Kavkler, Alenka (Author)
Pašić, Polona (Author)
Files:.pdf Analele_Universităţii_Constantin_Brâncuşi_din_Târgu_Jiu_Seria_Economie_2010_BORSIC,_KAVKLER,_PASIC_Unemployment_in_Slovenia_Impact_o.pdf (324,45 KB)
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URL http://www.utgjiu.ro/revista/ec/pdf/2010-04.II/29_DARJA_BORSIC.pdf
 
Language:Romanian
Work type:Scientific work (r2)
Typology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:EPF - Faculty of Business and Economics
Abstract:Capitalul uman este una dintre cele mai importante forţe motrice ale competitivităţii economice, ale dezvoltării şi creşterii economice. Jumătate din abilităţile, cunoştinţele şi productivitatea unei naţiuni este reprezentată de femei. Pe termen lung, performanţele economice ale unei ţări depind de cât de eficient şi în ce măsură este utilizat talentul feminin. Analiza noastră de supravieţuire privind inegalităţile dintre sexe pe perioadele de şomaj în Slovenia s-a bazat pe un set de date cu mai mult de 450000 perioade de şomaj ale persoanelor fizice între ianuarie 2004 şi iulie 2008. Analiza empirică bazată pe estimări Kaplan-Meier a funcţiei de supravieţuire sugerează că diferenţele dintre sexe pe durata perioadelor de şomaj în Slovenia sunt semnificative. Baza noastră de date arată că există peste 107% mai multe perioade de şomaj în rândul femeilor cu studii superioare comparativ cu bărbaţii cu acelaşi nivel de educaţie. Acest fapt indică existenţa unui potenţial neexploatat şi folosirea prea puţin a talentului sexului feminin care, dacă ar fi accesat, ar putea contribui la sporirea competitivităţii şi la o mai puternică creştere economică a ţării în ansamblu.
Keywords:spol, brezposelnost, statistično raziskovanje, Kaplan-Meier, Slovenija
Year of publishing:2010
Number of pages:str. 286-300
Numbering:št. 4/II, 2010
ISSN:1844-7007
UDC:331.56
ISSN on article:1844-7007
COBISS_ID:10597148 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:VV1V8SYG
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Title:Analele Universitǎţii "Constantin Brâncuşi" din Târgu Jiu. Seria Economie
Shortened title:An. Univ. "Constantin Brâncuşi" Târgu Jiu, Ser. Econ.
Publisher:Academica Brâncuşi
ISSN:1844-7007
COBISS.SI-ID:10074396 New window

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Language:English
Title:Unemployment in Slovenia : impact of gender disparities during unemployment spells
Abstract:Human capital is one of the most important driving forces for economic competitiveness, development and growth. One half of a nation's skills, knowledge, and productivity is represented by women. In the long run a country's economic performance depends on how effectively and to what extent female talent is well utilized. Our survival analysis of gender disparities in duration of unemployed spells in Slovenia was based on a dataset with more than 450,000 unemployment spells for individuals between January 2004 and July 2008. The empirical analysis based on Kaplan-Meier estimates of survival function suggests that gender disparities in the duration of unemployment spells in Slovenia are significant. Our database shows that there are 107% more unemployment spells for women with tertiary education compared to men with the same level of education. This fact is indicating unexploited potential and underuse of female talents which, if accessed, could contribute to higher competitiveness and overall stronger economic growth of the country.
Keywords:gender, unemployment, survival analysis, Kaplan-Meier, Slovenia


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