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        Does Growth Generate Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?
        Does Growth Generate Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?
        Does Growth Generate Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?
        Does Growth Generate Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?
        Does Growth Generate Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?
        Does Growth Generate Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?
        Does Growth Generate Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?
        Does Growth Generate Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?
        Does Growth Generate Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?
        Does Growth Generate Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?
        Does Growth Generate Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?
        Does Growth Generate Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?
        Does Growth Generate Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?
        Does Growth Generate Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?
        Does Growth Generate Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?
        Does Growth Generate Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?
        Does Growth Generate Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?
        Does Growth Generate Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?
        Does Growth Generate Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?
        Does Growth Generate Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?
        Does Growth Generate Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?
        Does Growth Generate Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?

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        Does Growth Generate Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?

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        In Eastern Europe and Central Asia, the link from growth to jobs was tenuous in the first decade of the transition, giving rise to the notion of jobless growth. Yet, European countries suffered large job losses during the recent recession, suggesting that jobs and growth are closely entwined. This study takes a new look at this issue. It provides a cross-country analysis of the employment intensity of growth over the last decade and a half in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, which includes the 11 Central and Eastern European countries that joined the EU since 2004, the countries of former Yugoslavia, the Countries of Independent States and Turkey.

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