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Evolution of active and inactive population in Romania
Raluca ZORZOLIU

Last modified: 2016-09-29

Abstract


For having a competitive agriculture in a market economy, it’s necessary for the labor market to have  special importance, not only to that part working only in agriculture but also for those who work only  partially in this economic sector. It is necessary to take into account the uneven distribution of labor in the territory and the seasonal migration both from the same county and the migration between different counties.

Keywords


active population, inactive population

References


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http://hymerion.ro/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Populatia-stabila-a-Romaniei-la-1-ianuarie-2014.pdf

 


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