Conference on the Analysis of Firms and Employees
The analysis of the interactions of firms and employees has followed two distinct paths. One path has focused on large scale, nationally representative datasets on firms and employees, typically housed at federal statistical agencies. In some cases, this path has intensively used the integration of administrative and survey data and in other cases the use of surveys designed to collect information about both firms and workers. The other path has been the development of specialized surveys of a small number of firms (or even one firm) and/or intensive observation (essentially collection of qualitative data) from case studies based on site visits to firms by researchers and sets of researchers, and typically housed at universities or think-tanks. In some cases, this latter path has involved getting the personnel records for one or more firms and studying the interaction of the firm and its employees intensively. ...
|Event dates:||2006-09-29 – 2006-09-30|
|Deadline Call for Papers:||2005-11-01|
|Classification:||J0 - Labor and Demographic Economics. General|
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