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Exploratory empirical research on the pathology of secondary labor markets
|Statement||prepared for Manpower Administration.|
|Series||NTIS report -- PB 236 532|
|Contributions||United States. Manpower Administration.|
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The active labor market policy has been important part of Danish policy in the last three decades, and has been attributing to be a part of the reason why the unemployment rate has decreased significantly. The policy has been analyzed by several researchers. In particular, there has been a substantial interest in determining the effect of the. You can also obtain secondary research by reading articles in magazines, trade journals and industry publications, by visiting a reference library, and by contacting industry associations or trade organizations. (Note: When you locate the research you want, check its publication date to be sure the data is fresh and not outdated.).
In the theory of labor market segmentation, there exists important differences on the demand side which imply differences in compensation and labor market segmentation theory splits the aggregate labor market into the primary labor market and the secondary labor market. All research on labour markets has shown them to be divided or fragmented. Although numerous studies point out the impact of gender and race on labor markets (Reskin ), and theorists posit the importance of the intersection of gender and race (Baca Zinn & Thornton Dill , Collins b), there has been less empirical research that systematically analyzes the impact of the intersection of race and gender on.
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ERIC - ED - Exploratory Empirical Research on the Pathology of Secondary Labor Markets. Why Is the Unemployment Rate So High at Full Employment?; Prospects for Shifting the Phillips Curve Through Manpower Policy., The collection of three documents offers a two-page summary of research conducted in and the two resulting : Robert E.
Hall. A longer analysis of mobility studies will be found in the report by Herbert S. Parnes, Research on Labor, Mobility: An Appraisal of Research Findings in the United States, Bulle Social Science Research Council (September ).Essays on the significance of some of the local labour market studies, written by members of the Committee on Labor Market Research, are found in Labor Mobility Cited by: 3.
An illustrative possible combination of labor market offer curves is shown in Figure This is the case that was found in Viscusi and Hersch () to accord with smokers and nonsmoking workers, as the smoker group faces an offer curve with a lower wage intercept value and a flatter offer curve slope.
Worker 1 and worker 2 face the higher and steeper wage offer curve w(p), while worker 3. Primary and Secondary Labor Markets: A Critique of the Dual Approach OVER THE PAST several years, a number of economists have developed what is called the "dual labor market" theory.
Much of this work has been empirical or descriptive in nature and has been heavily oriented towards the specific policy problem of poverty and unemployment.^ The Cited by: The aim of this essay is to provide a synthesis of empirical and theoretical research in an area that is a point of convergence for much of the literature on social stratification, occupational sociology, industrial sociology, the [Few will deny that competition in empirical labor markets is at best imper-fect.
Labor markets that closely. The general concept of an internal labor market is so well accepted that few have felt it necessary to formalize a model of the concept. The general concept of an internal labor market rulers to the processes of pricing and allocation of manpower resources within an employing organization.
It appears that the concept developed parallel with the recognition that marginal analysis and. The empirical assessment of trade union chances reviews the activities of trade unions in the UK, Germany, Austria and Poland on foreign investment, migration and movement of services.
J.P. Smith, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, This article deals with five issues that have dominated labor market research about immigrants: (a) the determinants of immigrants' economic gains, (b) whether native-born residents gain or lose, (c) the changing labor market wages and skills of immigrants, (d) life-cycle assimilation of immigrants, and (e.
understanding the basic concepts before they read any book on research methodology. This book is useful those students who offer the Research observation, and reasoning by analogy. One of the branches of research known as empirical research is highly goal-oriented technique.
Definitions of Research: and exploratory type of research. (iv. Empirical research is research that is based on observation and measurement of phenomena, as directly experienced by the researcher. doing is another: the role of observation in marketing research (Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal, Volume 2 Number 1) May be used at an exploratory stage of the research, when the.
Exploratory Empirical Research on the Pathology of Secondary Labor Markets. Why Is the Unemployment Rate So High at Full Employment?; Prospects for Shifting the Phillips Curve Through Manpower Policy. Manpower Administration (DOL), Washington, D.C.
Office of Research. Widely regarded as the best, most comprehensive text available for the in-depth study of labor market theories, The Economics of Labor Markets, 6e calls upon excellent pedagogical elements and.
Empirical research that conceptualizes local labor markets as home-to-work links has demonstrated that labor market entrapment in secondary work often coincides with the spatial entrapment of women, minorities and low-income families (Grieco, ; Manwaring, ; Holzer, ; McLaf ferty and Pr eston, ; ; Scott.
Book Description: Labor Markets and Business Cyclesintegrates search and matching theory with the neoclassical growth model to better understand labor market Shimer shows analytically and quantitatively that rigid wages are important for explaining the volatile behavior of the unemployment rate in business cycles.
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this research. The research strategy adopted was face-to-face interview of the garments workers. The mathematical and theoretical data are collected and developed to make this empirical research fruitful. Research Approaches A research approach is a plan of action that gives direction to conduct research systematically and efficiently.
empirical data, research questions and conclusions (Yin, ). Bryman & Bell () experiments, secondary data and observation. 89 According to Malhotra (), research design is a framework or blueprint for The research designs for this study were based on exploratory and conclusive research.
Empirical Labor Search: A Survey Zvi Eckstein Tel Aviv University, University of Minnesota, CEPR and IZA Bonn Gerard J. van den Berg Free University of Amsterdam, Tinbergen Instit. Get this from a library. Studies in labor markets.
[Sherwin Rosen;] -- The papers in this volume present an excellent sampling of the best of current research in labor economics, combining the most sophisticated theory and econometric methods with high-quality data on a.
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This exploratory empirical study investigates the hypothesis that greater labor market freedom should elevate the female labor force participation rate of women age 65 years and older.The purpose of this research paper is to explore the unique nature of labor markets and to consider how these markets will evolve in response to changes in the nature of the work people do over time.
Use of labor, like any economic resource, has to be considered carefully in light of productivity and opportunity costs.The characteristics of the local labor market are likely to influence the survival of new businesses, the level of entrepreneurship, and the Resilience of the regional economy.
We apply the portfolio theory to evaluate the employment-based and income-based measures of risk-and-return tradeoff in local labor markets in the United States.