Labour Market Flexibility and Migration in the Baltic States: Macro Evidences

@inproceedings{Paas2003LabourMF,
  title={Labour Market Flexibility and Migration in the Baltic States: Macro Evidences},
  author={Tiiu Paas and Raul Eamets and Jaan Masso and Marit R{\~o}{\~o}m},
  year={2003}
}
The Eastern enlargement of the European Union and the requirements of the European Monetary Union call for increased flexibility of labour markets in both the current EU members and candidate countries. If labour markets and institutions are rigid in the monetary union, market disequilibrium is likely to grow. The present paper aims to give a macroeconomic overview of the Baltic States’ labour market in the period 1995?2001, laying emphasis on the issues of labour market flexibility and labour… CONTINUE READING

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