Promoting labour market mobility in the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation

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Author: Berglund, Tomas

Abstract:

This report focuses on labour market mobility in the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation, in particular mobility that entails a transition from one region to another within the countries. In its broadest definition, labour market mobility refers to an individual's transition from one state or status to another within the context of the labour market. This paper focuses on interregional mobility, meaning that an individual has changed location. The author examines how labour market programmes (LMPs) should be designed to promote mobility. In order to identify relevant...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Labour market; Employment; Policy; Research

Keywords: Labour mobility; Unemployment; Policy implications; Labour market program; Employment service; OECD country; Comparative analysis; Policy analysis

Geographic subjects: Kazakhstan; Russia (Federation); Germany; Sweden; Europe; Canada; North America

Published: Moscow, Russia: ILO, 2017

Physical description: x, 81 p.

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