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2018 | 8(2) | 69-80
Article title

LABOR MARKET DEVELOPMENT AS A PREREQUISITE FOR SMART CITY FORMATION

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PL
RYNEK PRACY JAKO WARUNEK WSTĘPNY FORMACJI INTELIGENTNEGO MIASTA
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Abstracts
EN
The place and role of the labor market for smart city development are determined. Proposed methodology for assessing the labor market, according to which the diagnostics of the labor markets development in the regions of Ukraine was conducted. According to the results of the integral indicator calculation, the assessment and grouping of regional labor markets at different levels of development was carried out. Based on the comprehensive application of econometric tools, a model for the development of regional labor markets in Ukraine based on indicators of demand, supply and prices for labor was built, as well as the most significant factors of labor market development is determined. According to the results of the regional labor markets development analysis, prospects for the formation of smart cities located on their territory are determined.
PL
Artykuł stanowi próbę określenia miejsca i roli rynku pracy dla inteligentnego rozwoju miast. Autorzy zaproponowali metodologię oceny rynku pracy, zgodnie z którą przeprowadzono diagnostykę rozwoju rynków pracy w regionach Ukrainy. Zgodnie z wynikami obliczeń integralnego wskaźnika przeprowadzono ocenę i grupowanie regionalnych rynków pracy na różnych poziomach rozwoju. W oparciu o kompleksowe zastosowanie narzędzi ekonometrycznych opracowano model rozwoju regionalnych rynków pracy na Ukrainie w oparciu o wskaźniki popytu, podaży i cen pracy, a także określono najważniejsze czynniki rozwoju rynku pracy. Zgodnie z wynikami regionalnego rozwoju rynków pracy.
Contributors
  • Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University
  • Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University
  • Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University
author
  • Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University
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Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
ISSN
2450-2146
e-ISSN
2451-1064
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-7d08cda0-36d4-47d2-a89d-0a1a165f9de9
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