English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: An Employment Equation for Belgium Vincent, BODART; Philippe, LEDENT; Fatemeh, SHADMAN-METHA

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Title
  • An Employment Equation for Belgium
Author
  • Vincent, BODART
  • Philippe, LEDENT
  • Fatemeh, SHADMAN-METHA
Physical Description
  • preprint
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  • Economic theory considers economic growth and wage costs as crucial determinants in the process of job creation. In this paper, we try to quantify the relationship that exists between these variables in Belgium. Our objective being mainly the use of the empirical model for forecasting purposes, we use a V AR model to enable us to apply statistical tools to test some possible constraints within a loose model. We analyse the relationship at three levels: one national and two sectoral.
  • Employment growth, long-run equilibrium, VAR model
  • RePEc:ctl:louvir:2009016
Language
  • English
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