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The impact of Cohesion Policy on the level and quality of employment in Poland

Autorzy: Jerzy Drążkiewicz, Ewa Kusideł, Karolina Jakubowska, Paweł Penszko, Artur Gajdos, Tomasz Schimanek
Wydawca: Ministry of Regional Development, Warsaw 2010

Angielska wersja raportu końcowego z badania ewaluacyjnego przeprowadzonego przez PAG Uniconsult na zlecenie Ministerstwa Rozwoju Regionalnego. Poniżej zamieszczono spis treści.





1. Introduction
1.1 Goals and general premises of the study
1.2 Study approach
1.3 Scope of the study
1.4 Definitions of adopted indicators
1.5 Study methodology
1.5.1 Macroeconomic analysis (top-down approach)
1.5.2 The analysis of selected types of intervention (bottom-up approach)
1.5.3 Restrictions of the research process
2. Diagnosis of the situation in the Polish labour market - in two studied subperiods: 1999-2003, 2004-2008
2.1 The level of occupational activity
2.2 Unemployed persons and long-term unemployed persons
2.3 Employment rates
2.3.1 Employment rates broken down by age and gender
2.4 The employed
2.4.1 Employment structure in three economic sectors
2.4.2 Employment in the Polish Classification of Activities (NACE) sections, taking into account changes in human capital
2.4.3 Employment structure broken down by education and gender
2.4.4 Full-time and part-time employees
2.4.5 The employed for a definite and indefinite period
2.5 Forecasted demand for labour in Poland in the context of European trends
2.6 Summary
3. The process of transition to the knowledge-based economy (KBE)
3.1 Changes in employment in knowledge-based sections
3.2 The employed broken down by occupations and specialties
3.3 Summary
4. Convergence in the regional labour markets
4.1 Beta and sigma convergence
4.2 Allocation of EU funds and the situation on labour markets
4.3 Summary
5. The impact of the cohesion policy on the level and structure of employment
5.1 The impact of all the interventions
5.1.1 Scenarios for the development of Poland's labour market according to the macromodels of Poland's economy (Hermin, MaMoR3, EuImpactModII)
5.1.2 Triangulation of results and identifying a hypothetical path of labour market development
5.2 The influence of selected types of interventions
5.2.1 The influence of company support
5.2.2 The influence of the support on employee training
5.2.3 Impact of support in the scope of training of the unemployed
5.3 Conclusion
6. Conclusions and Recommendations


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