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Regional forecasting on labour markets

Regionale Prognosen zu den Arbeitsmärkten

Knobel, Claudia; Kriechel, Ben; Schmid, Alfons (ed.)

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Abstract "Regional Forecasting on labour markets is an approach to generate data about future developments that cover adequately the information needs of labour market actors. Approaches from different European regions are presented in this book. Furthermore, the central elements of these approaches are discussed with respect to their problems in data and/ or methodology. Some solutions are described within the different models presented." (author's abstract). Contents: Rob Wilson: Local and Sub-regional medium-term skills forecasting in the UK (13-37); Ben Kriechel, Frank Cörvers, Hans Heijke: Regional Labour Market Forecasts in the Netherlands (38-51); Claudia Knobel, Dirk Drass, Lioba Trabert: Forecasting System for the Development of Employment and Qualifications In the Metropolitan Region Frankfurt/ Rhine-Main (52-67); Katharina Hampel, Marcus Kunz, Norbert Schanne, Rüdiger Wapler, Antje Weyh: Regional Employment Forecasts with Spatial Interdependencies (68-88); Franz-Josef Bade: Forecasting Regional Employment by Time-Series Modeling (89-113); Biancamaria Zavanella, Mario Mezzanzanica, Matteo M. Pelagatti, Simona C. Mintoti, Mattia Martini: A Two-Step Approach for Regional Medium-Term Skill Needs Forecasting (114-133); Bernhard Hillau: Evolving Occupations, an Approach at the Heart of the Future for French Regions (134-147); Stefan Humpl, Maria Kargl: AMS-Skills Barometer - Austria's Target Group oriented Labour Market Information System (148-161); John McGrath: The Systems for Early Identification of Skills Needs in Ireland (162-171).
Keywords labor market; labor market research; information system; prognosis; Federal Republic of Germany; Netherlands; Great Britain; regional factors; regional development; methodology; structural change; model; employment; North Rhine-Westphalia; large city; hypothesis; employment trend; predictive model; France; Austria; Ireland
Classification Labor Market Research; Labor Market Policy
Method documentation; basic research
Document language English
Publication Year 2008
Publisher Hampp
City München
Page/Pages 181 p.
ISBN 978-3-86618-305-6
Status Postprint; peer reviewed
Licence Deposit Licence - No Redistribution, No Modifications