Structural unemployment - reason for protection, Managerial Economics

Structural Unemployment

The decline of the highly localized industry due to international trade causes great problems of regional (structural) unemployment.  If it would take a long time to re-locate the labour to other jobs, then this can put the government, under considerable political and humanitarian pressure, to restrict the imports that are causing the industry to decline.

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