6 Special topics: 6.2 Cyclical and structural effects underlying the developments in unemployment

June 2013
Quarterly Report on Inflation (Magyar Nemzeti Bank);Jun2013, p68
The article focuses on the cyclical and structural effects that underlie the developments in unemployment in Hungary. It notes that cyclical unemployment restrains increases in wages while structural reasons of unemployment results to moderate adjustment in nominal wages. It notes that solving structural problems in employment can be solved by making the labour market more flexible.


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