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Employment Issues in the European Union

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Gustav Dieckheuer and Boguslaw Fiedor

Contents: Stefan Linek/Marian Noga: Unemployment and Poland’s Monetary Policy in the Years 2003-2004 – Maria Piotrowska: Can Polish Monetary Policy Contribute to Mitigating the Unemployment Problem? – Aloys Prinz: Is investing abroad unpatriotic? Jobs and investment in an expanding EU – Thomas Apolte: Skill-biased technical change and structural unemployment in Europe – Gustav Dieckheuer: International trade and employment: A sectoral and regional analysis for Germany and the EU25 – Ulrich van Suntum: Benchmarking International Employment and Growth Performance: The Bertelsmann Foundation Approach – Jan Rymarczyk/Jerzy Rymarczyk: Foreign Direct Investment and the Labour Market in Poland – Franciszek Adamczuk/Andrzej Graczyk: The Labour Market in the Polish-German Cross-border Area: Institutional Aspects – Bożena Klimczak: The Institutional Aspects of Personal Capital Investments – Bogusław Fiedor/Andrzej Matysiak: Uncertainty and Risk in Perfectly Flexible Labour Market.