Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://ena.lp.edu.ua:8080/handle/ntb/56105
Title: Labour market of Ukraine in the conditions of intensification of migration population processes
Authors: Lykholat, S.
Mulska, O.
Rozhko, N.
Affiliation: Lviv Polytechnic National University
State Institution “Institute of regional research named after M. I. Dolishniy of NAS of Ukraine”
Ternopil Ivan Puluj National Technical University
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Lykholat S. Labour market of Ukraine in the conditions of intensification of migration population processes / S. Lykholat, O. Mulska, N. Rozhko // Economics, Entrepreneurship, Management. — Lviv : Lviv Politechnic Publishing House, 2020. — Vol 7. — No 1. — P. 25–34.
Bibliographic description (International): Lykholat S. Labour market of Ukraine in the conditions of intensification of migration population processes / S. Lykholat, O. Mulska, N. Rozhko // Economics, Entrepreneurship, Management. — Lviv : Lviv Politechnic Publishing House, 2020. — Vol 7. — No 1. — P. 25–34.
Is part of: Economics, Entrepreneurship, Management, 1 (7), 2020
Issue: 1
Issue Date: 24-Feb-2020
Publisher: Видавництво Львівської політехніки
Lviv Politechnic Publishing House
Place of the edition/event: Львів
Lviv
DOI: doi.org/10.23939/eem2020.01.025
UDC: 331.556.4
331.215.1
JEL: J21
J40
C30
Keywords: labour market
migration
intensification
labour market balancing level
vacant demand
aggregate supply
current demand
Number of pages: 10
Page range: 25-34
Start page: 25
End page: 34
Abstract: The article identifies that the labour market is a complex integrated system with a large number of economic entities, including intermediaries or immigrants, as well as socio-economic processes, ambiguous determinants, large amounts of information and ever-increasing links between market contractors. The impact of population migration on the labour market in Ukraine is analysed, as well as the socioeconomic factors on which the level of balancing of the labour market depends, with the adjustment of labour supply to the volume of emigration of the population are outlined. It is substantiated that the balance in the labour market can be achieved in the implementation of strategic partnership between the state, employers and institutions of the vocational education system, taking into account the socio-economic factors influencing the aggregate demand and aggregate supply in the labour market. It is proved that the structural characteristics of the labour market determine the migration intentions of the population, and the impact of the labour market conditions on emigration should be considered in the context of direct and inverse relations with the main macroeconomic and demographic processes. The research used general scientific methods of cognition (both empirical and theoretical), which are provided with specific tools for the subject area of knowledge, including factor and Ex-post analyses, and multivariate regression modelling. Based on the econometric study, the model of the relationship between the real level of remuneration in the donor and host country and the index (level) of balancing the labour market according to the adjusted aggregate supply (for the relevant population emigration) are presented for the first time.
URI: http://ena.lp.edu.ua:8080/handle/ntb/56105
Copyright owner: © Національний університет “Львівська політехніка”, 2020
URL for reference material: https://hdl.handle.net/11245/1.363581
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24. State Statistics Service of Ukraine. URL: http://www.ukrstat.gov.ua/
References (International): 1. Fedunchyk L. H. (2016) Labour market in Ukraine: problems and directions of their solution. Labour market and employment. No. 2. P. 31–34.
2. Sadova U., Semiv L. (2000). Regional labour markets: analysis and forecast. Lviv. 264 p.
3. Levytska O. O. Challenges and Perspectives for the Development of Human Resource Management and Labour Relations in the Information Society, Socio-economic problems of the modern period of Ukraine: [collection of scientific works], NAS of Ukraine. Institute for Regional Studies; resp. editor V. S. Kravtsiv. Lviv, 2017. Edition 6(128). P. 99–102.
4. Ehrenberg R. G., Smith R. S. (2012). Modern Labour Economics. Theory and Public Policy. New York: Prentice Hall. 682 p.
5. Zoidze D. R. (2016). The modern labour market: the dismissal of hired workers as a factor of the structural mismatch between supply and demand. Problems of economy. No. 2. P. 59–65.
6. P. de Beer, T. Schils The labour market triangle. Employment Protection, Unemployment Compensation and Activation in Europe. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2009. 238 p. URL: https://hdl.handle.net/11245/1.363581
7. Downes, Andrew S. (2009). Labour Market Aspects of the Global Economic Crisis. Paper presented at ILO Conference, April 1–2, Jamaica.
8. Druzhynina V. V. (2013). Principles of formation of the balance mechanism of the local labour market. Current problems of the economy. No. 4(142). P. 202–208.
9. Seitkhozhina J. A. (2014). Gender asymmetry at the labour market in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Current problems of the economy. No. 1. P. 368–375.
10. Asmaa Elbadawy. (2011). Migration Aspirations Among Young People In Egypt: Who Desires To Migrate? Working Paper Series, N° 619, September 2011. URL: https://erf.org.eg/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/619.pdf
11. Anda M. David, Mohamed Ali Marouani (2015). Migration and Employment Interactions in a Crisis Context: the Case of Tunisia. Economics of Transition, vol. 23(3), pp. 597–624. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecot.12074
12. Anda M. David (2015). Back to Square One: Socioeconomic Integration of Deported Migrants. International Migration Review. Vol. 51, Issue 1, 2017. https://doi.org/10.1111/imre.12208
13. Anda M. David, Audrey. Lenoel (2016). International emigration and the labour market outcomes of women staying behind: the case of Morocco, Papiers de Recherche AFD, n° 2016-23, Mai. URL: https://www.afd.fr/en/ressources internationalemigration-and-labour-market-outcomes-womenstaying-behind-case-morocco
14. George J. Borjas (2005). Native Internal Migration and the Labour Market Impact of Immigration. Human Resources Spring 2006 vol. XLI no. 2. pp. 221–258. DOI: 10.3368/jhr.XLI.2.221.
15. Card David (2009). Immigration and Inequality. American Economic Review, 99 (2), pp. 1–21. DOI: 10.1257/aer.99.2.1
16. Okkerse L. (2008). How to Measure Labour Market Effects of Immigration: a Review. Journal of Economic Surveys, Vol. 22, Issue 1, 2008, pp. 1–30. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-6419.2007.00533.x
17. Ruge-Murcia F. (2012). Estimating nonlinear DSGE models by the simulated method of moments: With an application to business cycles. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Vol. 36, Issue 6, June 2012, pp. 914–938. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jedc.2012.01.008
18. Chernobay L., Adamyk V., Malibroda S. (2019). An approach to modelling the impact of international migration on the economy of receiving country. EEM. 2019; Volume 6, Number 1 : pp. 47–69. https://doi.org/10.23939/eem2019.01.047
19. Glitz A. The Labour Market Impact of Immigration: A Quasi-Experiment Exploiting Immigrant Location Rules in Germany. Journal of Labour Economics 30, no. 1 (January 2012). pp. 175–213. https://doi.org/10.1086/662143
20. Elsner B. (2013). Emigration and wages: The EU enlargement experiment. Journal of International Economics. Vol. 91, Issue 1, September 2013, pp. 154–163. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jinteco.2013.06.002
21. Sari Pekkala Kerr, William R. Kerr, 2011. Economic Impacts of Immigration: A Survey. Finnish Economic Papers, Finnish Economic Association, vol. 24(1), pp. 1–32. URL: https://www. nber.org/papers/w16736
22. Prachi Mishra (2007). Emigration and wages in source countries: Evidence from Mexico. Journal of Development Economics, Volume 82, Issue 1, January 2007, rr. 180–199. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jdeveco.2005.09.002
23. Alfonso Miranda, Yu Zhu (2012). English Deficiency and the Native-Immigrant Wage Gap. Economics Letters. Volume 118, Issue 1, January 2013, Pp. 38–41. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.econlet.2012.09.007.
24. State Statistics Service of Ukraine. URL: http://www.ukrstat.gov.ua/
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