Desempleo Friccional

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Mrtnswe

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Spanish
Para los entendidos en Macroeconomía, como se diría en Ingles "tasa de desempleo friccional"

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  • vicdark

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    Español, Bolivia
    Sin estar 100% seguro y después de varias décadas de haber tomado las clases de Macroeconomía sugiero:

    attritional unemployment rate o unemployment rate by attrition

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    antorcan

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    English - Jamaica and Canada
    This is simply the <<rate of frictional unemployment>>.

    As opposed to the kind that is more permanent and difficult to remedy, structural unemployment
     
    This is simply the <<rate of frictional unemployment>>.

    As opposed to the kind that is more permanent and difficult to remedy, structural unemployment
    I agree. The frictional rate of unemployement is not associated with attrition, nor with recession. Under prevailing macroeconomic theory, there is always frictional unemployment, and a good amount of it is voluntary.

    The term has had an accepted meaning in macroeconomics for decades (I learned in in a macro class at a university in the early 70s)... I'd suggest that you google it or consult any basic marcroeconomics textbook written in English.

    Saludos...
     
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