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Unemployment insurance agencies may combat moral hazard by punishing refusals to apply to assigned vacancies. However … sanctions on the unemployment duration and the quality of job matches, in conjunction with the possibility to report sick. We … relative attractiveness of vacancy referrals increases over the time spent in unemployment. Overall, around 9% of sickness …
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Unemployment insurance agencies may combat moral hazard by punishing refusals to apply to assigned vacancies. However … sanctions on the unemployment duration and the quality of job matches, in conjunction with the possibility to report sick. We … relative attractiveness of vacancy referrals increases over the time spent in unemployment. Overall, around 9% of sickness …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10011418245
selective extension of the potential duration of unemployment benefits. If social interactions are important, this policy change … affects entitled individuals not only directly, but also indirectly by altering the duration of unemployment in the reference …
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This paper examines the impact of housing tenure choice on unemployment duration in Belgium using EU‐SILC micro data … simultaneously estimate unemployment duration by a mixed proportional hazard model, and the probability of being an outright … the causal influence of different types of housing tenure on unemployment duration, we use instrumental variables. Our …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10010222174
Unemployment insurance agencies may combat moral hazard by punishing refusals to apply to assigned vacancies. However … sanctions on the unemployment duration and the quality of job matches, in conjunction with the possibility to report sick. We … relative attractiveness of vacancy referrals increases over the time spent in unemployment. Overall, around 9% of sickness …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10011449662
selective extension of the potential duration of unemployment benefits. If social interactions are important, this policy change … affects entitled individuals not only directly, but also indirectly by altering the duration of unemployment in the reference …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10011511086
Unemployment insurance agencies may combat moral hazard by punishing refusals to apply to assigned vacancies. However … search behavior do not apply. This reduces the ex ante threat of sanctions. Based on a large inflow sample into unemployment … unemployment duration and the quality of job matches, in conjunction with the possibility to report sick. We estimate multispell …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10011635521
This paper interprets accidents occurring on the way to and from work as negative health shocks to identify the causal effect of health on labor market outcomes. We argue that in our sample of exactly matched treated and control workers, these health shocks are quasi-randomly assigned. A...
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10009310038
This paper interprets accidents occurring on the way to and from work as negative health shocks to identify the causal effect of health on labor market outcomes. We argue that in our sample of exactly matched treated and control workers, these health shocks are quasi-randomly assigned. A...
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10009241439
geschätzt werden, bestätigen insbesondere die zentrale Bedeutung der Arbeitslosigkeit für die Höhe der Fehlzeiten. Weiterhin …
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