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This thesis is comprised of three chapters. The first investigates the implications of industrial clustering for labor … on labor market outcomes. The results show that clustering makes it easier for workers to job hop among establishments … importance of geography in understanding labor market dynamics within industries.While the first chapter reveals striking …
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This study presents industry-level and firm-level data and analyses. Using the theories of internal labor market (ILM …
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in and output comes out. Differences in labor productivity between firms are mainly due to technological constraints …In this thesis, labor productivity is viewed as being related to the type of organization and the inner workings of the … firms by tying pay to overall team performance and combining the interests of labor and capital. In addition, costly …
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considerable attention in recent years. However, few attempts have been made to investigate the issue from a labor relations …
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This study looks at recent changes in managerial labor markets in terms of changes in the relationship between tenure … managers of deferred-payment compensation schemes decline. Other things equal, the managerial labor market should create …
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premium is examined from the aspect of differential labor quality--the positive relation between firm size and the quality of … labor. The study begins with a critical inquiry as to why large firms demand more able workers. Two dimensions relating to … intensity, technology intensity, and R & D intensity, the greater are its demands for quality labor, positing complementarity …
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This dissertation addresses the problem of informational and legal restrictions on employment screening processes such as educational requirements and standardized testing. For the past two decades, the legal system in the U.S. has struggled with this issue and has labeled certain information or...
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A series of three laboratory experiments examined effects of affirmative action (AA) employment policies, decision set (in terms of accepting or rejecting applicants), and selection ratio (ratio of applicants to available positions) on amount, duration, content, and sequence of information...
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The proportion of a unit of government's budget devoted to labor costs determines whether cost reductions at the … government is the optimal cost-reducing strategy. Fragmenting labor-intense functions to lower levels of government is the … sectional analysis of all units of government within US metropolitan statistical areas based on their labor ratio. The …
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