The impact of ASEAN economic integration on occupational outlooks and skills demand

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El Achkar Hilal, Souleima;
(2014)
  • Subject: labour market, employment, labour demand, skill, interindustry shift, economic integration, regional cooperation, ASEAN countries, marché du travail, emploi, besoins en main-d'oeuvre, qualifications, mutation interindustrielle, intégration économique, coopération régionale, pays de l'ANASE, mercado de trabajo, empleo, necesidad de mano de obra, calificación, desplazamiento industrial, integración económica, cooperación regional, países del ASEAN

What is the potential impact of the ASEAN Economic Community 2015 on the occupational structure of ASEAN Member Countries? Building on the sectoral output and employment impacts of the AEC derived from a separate computable general equilibrium (CGE) model, this paper de... View more
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    2. A brief description of the methodology............................................................................................ 2

    3. Economic and labour market structure of the six countries - An overview ................................... 3

    4. Employment and occupational projection results ........................................................................... 6 4.1 Sector employment projections and expansion demand .................................................................. 7 4.2 Replacement demand ................................................................................................................... 11 4.3 Occupational demand projections................................................................................................. 11 4.4 Occupational outlooks by occupation........................................................................................... 21 Annex B. Occupational projections methodology .............................................................................. 45 Stage 1. Projecting occupational demand ....................................................................................... 45 Stage 2. Projecting occupational supply ......................................................................................... 46 Stage 3. Identifying labour market imbalances and skills mismatch................................................ 48

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