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Title:A pilot study on the Vietnamese labour market and its social and economic context PDF Logo
Authors:Blien, Uwe
van, Phan thi Hong
Issue Date:2006
Series/Report no.:IAB discussion paper 2006,23
Abstract:This paper presents a regional case study of the labour market and its surrounding of Vinh City in central Vietnam, based on surveys conducted in 1999 and 2005. By including the time dimension and surveying samples with over 6000 individuals respectively it is possible to identify precisely the changes that have taken place within six years. The results reflect an enormous development process. Incomes increased fast and many structural parameters of the economy adapted to the new institutional setting of a market economy. The absolute level of income and of the standard of living is still low, however. A key finding of the analyses is that vocational training is meeting with large demand in private enterprises and is therefore of considerable importance for Vietnam's development process. Another important finding is that educational investments pay more in private enterprises.
Subjects:Arbeitsmarktentwicklung
ökonomische Faktoren
soziale Faktoren
Einkommensentwicklung
Wirtschaftsstrukturwandel
Marktwirtschaft
Berufsausbildung
Bildungsinvestitionen
Bildungsertrag
Lebensstandard
regionaler Arbeitsmarkt
Stadt
Arbeitslosenquote
strukturelle Arbeitslosigkeit
Arbeitsmarktpolitik
Arbeitslosenversicherung
Armut
Privatwirtschaft
Vietnam
JEL:J31
J42
J65
Document Type:Working Paper
Appears in Collections:IAB-Discussion Paper, Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung (IAB)

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