Regional Forecasting on Labour Markets

Regional Forecasting on Labour Markets

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Regional Forecasting on labour markets is a regional 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 discussed within the different models presented. This book was developed by several members of the European Network of Regional Labour Market more

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  • Paperback | 184 pages
  • 149 x 209 x 12mm | 249g
  • Hampp, Rainer
  • English
  • 36 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen
  • 3866183054
  • 9783866183056

Table of contents

1;Foreword;7§2;Contents;9§3;List of Figures;10§4;List of Tables;12§5;I Introduction;13§6;II Local and Sub-regional medium-term skills forecasting in the UK;19§6.1;1 Introduction;19§6.2;2 Local Forecasting Needs and Problems;21§6.3;3 The Philosophy Behind LEFM;26§6.4;4 The Structure of LEFM;27§6.5;5 Detailed Methodology;33§6.6;6 Some Examples of the Application of LEFM;37§6.7;7 Conclusions;39§6.8;References;40§6.9;Appendix A: Details of Data Generation Process;41§7;III Regional Labour Market Forecasts in the Netherlands;44§7.1;1 Introduction;44§7.2;2 The national model of occupational and educational demand;45§7.3;3 From national to regional level;47§7.4;4 Use of the Data: RATIO II;54§7.5;5 Prospects and Outlook;56§7.6;References;57§8;IV Forecasting System for the Development of Employment and Qualifications in the Metropolitan Region Frankfurt/Rhine-Main;58§8.1;1 Introduction;58§8.2;2 Concept;59§8.3;3 Forecasting the labour demand;60§8.4;4 Forecasting the regional labour supply;66§8.5;5 Outlook;72§8.6;References;73§9;V Regional Employment Forecasts with Spatial Interdependencies;74§9.1;1 Introduction;74§9.2;2 Data and Regional Variation in Employment in Germany;75§9.3;3 Applied Forecast Methodology;78§9.4;4 Results and Discussion;83§9.5;5 Conclusion;92§9.6;References;93§10;VI Forecasting Regional Employment by Time-Series Modeling;95§10.1;1 Introduction;95§10.2;2 Methodology;95§10.3;3 Regional Employment Development 2001 - 2010;107§10.4;4 Forecast Errors;113§10.5;References;117§11;VII A Two-Step Approach for Regional Medium-Term Skill Needs Fore-casting;120§11.1;1 Introduction;120§11.2;2 A Two-Step Approach for Regional Medium-Term Skill Needs Forecasting;121§12;VIII Evolving Occupations, an Approach at the Heart of the Futurefor French Regions;140§12.1;1 The observatory's approach to regional analysis and prospects;141§12.2;2 Examples of results obtained;150§12.3;3 Use of prospective approaches in the technical and institutional running;152§13;IX AMS-Skills Barometer - Austria's Target Group oriented Labour Market Information System;154§13.1;1 Background Information;154§13.2;2 Methodology and Basic Structure;156§13.3;3 Regional Forecasts in the AMS-Skills Barometer;165§13.4;4 Further Developments concerning the AMS-Skills Barometer;167§14;X The Systems for the Early Identification of Skills Needs in Ireland;168§14.1;1 Introduction;168§14.2;2 The Institutional Framework.;168§14.3;3 Methodologies for collecting and analysing data.;170§14.4;4 The Outputs from the System;171§14.5;5 Other Outputs from the National Skills Database;172§14.6;6 The Role of Sectoral Studies in the System;175§14.7;7 Conclusions;176§15;XI Outlook;178§16;XII About the Authors;180§17;XIII Abstract;187show more