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It con- sists of Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Repub- lic, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Latvia, Lithuania, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, the Russian Federation, Serbia, the Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turk- menistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. Incumbent Productivity Growth and the Contribution of Net Entry 46 2. Helpful comments and suggestions were provided during presentations of earlier drafts of the report at conferences and seminars in Belgrade, Dubrovnik, Kiev, Moscow, Tirana, Yerevan and at the World Bank.

Benchmarking Sectoral Employment in Eastern Europe and the CIS--Evolution over the Transition and Compared with Market Economy Benchmarks 39 2. Wage Increases and Productivity Gains during the Economic Recovery 91 5. Making education systems more responsive to labor market needs and encouraging lifelong learning will be part of the agenda for reducing unemployment and increasing labor force participation in these countries.

In contrast, the CIS coun- tries attract limited amounts of foreign direct investment and export products intensive in unskilled labor and natural resources. Merchandise Trade Openness as Percentage of GDP, in Purchasing Power Parities 102 6. Since domes- tic productivity levels and product quality in these countries are low, domestic producers can occupy niches less exposed to international trade. Job Creation and Job Destruction in Manufacturing and Services 76 4.

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    Innovation, Inclusion, and Integration: From Transition to Convergence in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union, Pradeep Mitra

    Labor market outcomes during much of the transition reflect a bal- ance between job growth in de novo firms and downsizing in state- owned and privatized firms. The structure of finance for private firms--de novo and priva- tized--in the transition economies differs considerably from that for private firms in the developed market economies in by now expected ways. Pressure from Customers 58 3.

    Job Creation and Job Destruction, by Country Group 78 4. Poorest Countries Boosting labor productivity in agriculture is particularly important for productivity growth in the low income CIS countries, where the sec- tor accounts for 20 percent of value added and over 40 percent of employment. Poverty in Transition Countries, 1998/99­2005/06 88 5.

    Convergence in labor market outcomes comes from the slowing of both the employment boom in de novo firms and the downsizing in state-owned and privatized firms in country groups farther advanced in the transition. But early on firms could fill market niches virtually nonexistent under central planning and avoid domestic competition. Productivity growth within firms requires a supportive business environment that delivers competition, a deep financial sector, good governance, and superior skills and infrastructure. The six regional flagship studies produced by the Europe and Cen- tral Asia Region of the World Bank during the last five years, of which this volume is a synthesis and culmination, attest to this evolution from their particular perspectives.