An alternative approach to explaining unemployment: evidence from a three country study

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Creating sustained economic growth and tackling unemployment remain centre-stage in
economic policy debate across the globe and look set to remain there for the foreseeable future.
As a result, much academic debate has been developed regarding this macroeconomic problem,
as well as policy measures to confront it. This study aims at gaining an insight into the
relationship between capital stock and employment as one of the main factors that exacerbates
the existing problem. An econometric analysis will provide us with some interesting results,
concerning the behaviour of the two economic variables in question, over a period of time.
More specifically, our econometric part will be concentrating on the analysis of the data of
three European countries the UK, Germany, and France.


Unemployment; United Kingdom; Germany; France

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η δικτυακή πύλη της ευρωπαϊκής ένωσης ψηφιακή ελλάδα ΕΣΠΑ 2007-2013