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Series WP3 «Labour Markets in Transition»

Editor: Vladimir Gimpelson

Working Papers Series WP3 “Labour Markets in Transition” gives voice to original studies on labour market developments in transition countries. It is interdisciplinary and designed for economists, sociologists, political scientists, and lawyers dealing with various labour issues. The materials are aimed at stimulating discussion on labour market developments. The views expressed in these papers are those of their authors and may not represent the position of the HSE or other organisations.

Publications in the series: 16


Lehmann Hartmut, Pignatti Norberto. Informal Employment Relationships and the Labor Market: Is there Segmentation in Ukraine? WP3/2018/02. – Moscow: Publishing House of the Higher School of Economics, 2018. – 56 p.

Ayhan Sinem H., Gatskova Kseniia, Lehmann Hartmut. The impact of non-cognitive skills and risk preferences on rural-to-urban migration: Evidence from Ukraine. WP3/2017/04. – Moscow: Publishing House of the Higher School of Economics, 2017. – 41 p.



Lehmann H., Zaiceva A. Re-defining informal employment and measuring its determinants: Evidence from Russia. WP3/2013/08. – Moscow: Publishing House of the Higher School of Economics, 2013. – 38 p.

Ge Y., Lehmann H. The Costs of Worker Displacement in Urban Labor Markets of China. WP3/2013/06. – Moscow: Publishing House of the Higher School of Economics, 2013. – 38 p.

Slonimczyk F. Informality as a Stepping Stone. WP3/2013/05. – Moscow: Publishing House of the Higher School of Economics, 2013. – 40 p. 

Lehmann H., Razzolini T., Zaiceva A. Job Separations, Job Loss and Informality in the Russian Labor Market. WP3/2012/01. – Moscow: Publishing House of the  Higher School of Economics, 2012. – 40 p.

 

 Lehmann H., Muravyev A. Labor markets and labor market institutions in transition economies. WP3/2011/08. – Moscow: Publishing House of the Higher School of Economics, 2011. – 24 p.

 

 Lehmann H., Muravyev A., Razzolini T., Zaiceva A. The Wage and non-wage Costs of displacement: evidence from Russia. WP3/2011/07. – Moscow: Publishing House of the Higher School of Economics, 2011. – 60 p.

 

Slonimczyk F. The Effect of Taxation on Informal Employment: Evidence from the Russian Flat Tax Reform. WP3/2011/05. – Moscow: Publishing House of the Higher School of Economics, 2011. – 64 p.

 

Gimpelson V., Kapeliushnikov R. Labor Market Adjustment: Is Russia Different? WP3/2011/04. – Moscow: Publishing House of the Higher School of Economics, 2011. – 44 p.

 

Lehmann H., Muravyev A. Labor market institutions and labor market performance: what can we learn from transition countries? WP3/2010/08. – Moscow: Publishing House of the University – Higher School of Economics, 2010. – 52 p.

 

Gimpelson V., Kapeliushnikov R., Lukiyanova A. Employment Protection Legislation in Russia: Regional Enforcement and Labour Market Outcomes (Is Saltykov-Tchedrin’s Hypothesis Still Valid?) WP3/2009/07. – Moscow: State University — Higher School of Economics, 2009. – 44 p.

 

Treisman D. Alcohol and early death in Russia: The political economy of self-destructive drinking. WP3/2008/02. – Moscow: Publishing house of SU HSE, 2008. – 44 p.

 

Tan H., Savchenko Y., Gimpelson V., Kapelyushnikov R., Lukyanova A. Skills Shortages and training in russian enterprises. WP3/2007/04. – Moscow: Publishing House of SU HSE, 2007. – 68 p.

 

Earle J.S., Spicer A., Sabirianova Peter K. Community Norms and Organizational Practices: The Legitimization of Wage Arrears in Russia, 1992—1999 WP3/2004/04. – Moscow: State University — Higher School of Economics, 2004. – 44 p.

 

Lehmann H., Wadsworth J. Wage Arrears and the Distribution of Earnings: What can we learn from Russia? WP3/2003/03. – Moscow: State University – Higher School of Economics , 2003. – 42 p.


 

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