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This paper analyses the impact of government grants on labour demand using plant leveldata for manufacturing industry in Ireland. Our data consists of a large sample of plants andtheir complete grant history...
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We develop a structural multi-factor labour demand model which distinguishes between eightlabour categories including non-standard types of employment such as marginalemployment. The model is estimated for both the number of workers and total working hoursusing a new panel data set...
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Using a linked employer-employee data set on the German construction industry, we analyse the effects of the introduction of minimum wages in this sector on labour market dynamics. In doing so, we focus on accessions and separations, as well as the underlying labour market flows, at the...
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10009575163
Using a linked employer-employee data set on the German construction industry, we analyse the effects of the introduction of minimum wages in this sector on labour market dynamics. In doing so, we focus on accessions and separations, as well as the underlying labour market flows, at the...
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10009580080
When job search takes place across labour markets, the standard flow approach to labour market analysis fails to uncover the effectiveness at which workers are matched to available jobs. A spatially augmented matching function is backed by a spatial search model with endogenous search intensity....
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heterogeneity in the labor demand within the industrial sector. Long run own-price, output and TFP elasticities vary across a … that promote labor market performance, as outcomes, beyond intentions, are unlikely to be homogenous. …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10011786367
Over the last decade house prices increased remarkably in many countries. However, while in several countries there was an employment boom in the construction sector, in others the share of employment in this sector did not significantly change. In this paper we estimate a model of labour demand...
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change. In this paper we estimate a model of labor demand in the construction sector, featuring building constraints, which … display larger elasticities of labor demand in the construction sector with respect to house prices than countries that seem … the whole economy, the elasticity of labor demand with respect to house prices is broadly similar across countries. …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10005155281
change. In this paper we estimate a model of labor demand in the construction sector, featuring building constraints, which … display larger elasticities of labor demand in the construction sector with respect to house prices than countries that seem … the whole economy, the elasticity of labor demand with respect to house prices is broadly similar across countries. …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10005822115
heterogeneity in the labor demand within the industrial sector. Long run own-price, output and TFP elasticities vary across a … that promote labor market performance, as outcomes, beyond intentions, are unlikely to be homogenous. …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10011575850