Youth unemployment in the Latgale region of Latvia: causes and consequences
Youth unemployment is a serious problem in Latvia, as unemployed young people make up 16.3 % of the total number of unemployed in the country, while in the Latgale region the number of unemployed young people aged 15—24 years was 18.8 % of the total number ...
The labour market of Russia’s Kaliningrad exclave amid Covid-19
... the Kaliningrad regional labour market has been severely battered by shutdown measures. This particularly applies to organisations operating in the most sensitive industries: manufacturing, hospitality, tourism, estate, transport, and warehousing. The unemployment has gone up, reaching a level above the national average; the number of vacancies is dwindling. Keeping the proportion of out-of-the-region workforce at the usual level may aggravate the situation. Although effective, the measures taken by ...
Economic and demographic distinctions between municipal districts of the Kaliningrad region
The economic and demographic situation in the Kaliningrad region is better than in most regions of the country. The dynamic economic development results in high employment and low unemployment rates. The demand for labour force is partially satisfied through high net migration rate. However, there are obvious distinctions between municipalities. Having analyzed the statistical data on the situation in urban districts, the authors ...
Efficiency of a pedagogical model for preventing unemployment among Russian students: Analysis and data interpretation
This paper sets out to examine empirical implications of the multifunc-tional system applicability of unemployment preventionism among young people at colleges and universities in Russia. A statistical analysis of the data obtained proved the efficiency of experimental training contributing to the de-velopment of key professional activities in students ...
Employment in the Kaliningrad region in comparison with the nearest regions of Russia and with the average Russian level
... пограничья / под ред. А. П. Катровского, Ю. П. Ковалева. Смоленск, 2017.
Gumenyuk L. G., Sibireva N. I., Fedorov D. G.
the Kaliningrad region, the Pskov region, the Smolensk Region, the Russian Federation, employment, unemployment, value added, human capital
The fate of World War I refugees from the western provinces of European Russia and Poland in Soviet Russia in 1920
7. Документы внешней политики : в 22 т. М., 1958—1992.
World War I refugees, Central Evacuation Board, planned reevacuation,
Polish republic, Baltic Republics, spontaneous movement of refugees,