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This paper presents one of the first studies of firm demographics in Estonia, particularly, on the processes of firm entry and exit as well as survival analysis of new firms. Also decompositions of productivity change into components consisting of resource reallocation, firm entry and exit, and...
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This article documents and analyses gross job flows and their determinants in Estonia over the years 1995-2001, using a database containing the population of officially registered firms in Estonia (all in all 52,000). Our results show that job creation and job destruction rates have been rather...
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This paper presents one of the first studies of firm demographics in Estonia, particularly, on the processes of firm entry and exit as well as survival analysis of new firms. Also decompositions of productivity change into components consisting of resource reallocation, firm entry and exit, and...
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This paper presents one of the first studies of firm demographics in Estonia, particularly, on the processes of firm entry and exit as well as survival analysis of new firms. Also decompositions of productivity change into components consisting of resource reallocation, firm entry and exit, and...
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10010261995
This article documents and analyses gross job flows and their determinants in Estonia over the years 1995-2001, using a database containing the population of officially registered firms in Estonia (all in all 52,000). Our results show that job creation and job destruction rates have been rather...
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10010267645
This paper presents one of the first studies of firm demographics in Estonia, focusing particularly on the processes of firm entry and exit as well as survival analysis of new firms. Also, decompositions of productivity change into components consisting of resource reallocation, firm entry and...
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10009636560
This report reviews the main results from the third Estonian Working Life Barometer, carried out in October 2005. It outlines the general situation of workers and the workplace in Estonia, and covers topics such as employment contracts and working time, pay developments, intensification of work,...
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The project on Social Dialogue Capacity Building at sectoral and company levels is a follow-up of a similar project held at a national level in 2005. The methodology used included carrying out interviews with members of the nationally recognised representative organisations of employers and...
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