Econometric Modelling of Regional Labour market Indicators in Ukraine

arianna leksandrivna liskevych, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv


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Abstract


The article deals with econometric models of relationships between the regional macro indicators of labour market of Ukraines economy. They describe behavior of average monthly salary number of the employed and the unemployed in different regions of the country. The estimation of the elaborated models has been conducted on the basis of the real information, the degree of factors influence has been defined, the statistical analysis of the results has been carried out.

Keywords


labour market; econometric model; panel data; fixed effects; salary; unemployment

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