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2014, Directions in development. Trade, ISBN 1464802645, xiii, 104 pages
This report analyzes the paths by which developing country labor markets adjust to permanent trade-related shocks. Trade shocks can bring about reallocation of... 
Business cycles | Labor market | Labor mobility | Developing countries | Developing countries Commerce | Commerce | Wages | INFORMAL SECTOR | JOB SEPARATION | LABOR MARKETS | WAGE EFFECTS | BUSINESS CYCLE | DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS | INDUSTRY WAGE | GDP | CAPITAL INVESTMENT | LABOR SHARE | AGGREGATE EMPLOYMENT | WAGE BILL | LABOR MARKET RIGIDITIES | EMPLOYMENT | ECONOMIC GROWTH | JOB DISPLACEMENT | EMPLOYMENT LEVELS | LABOR ALLOCATIONS | DISPLACED WORKER | POLITICAL ECONOMY | WELL-FUNCTIONING LABOR MARKETS | AGRICULTURE | SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT | WORKERS | LAYOFFS | REAL WAGES | AGGREGATE PRODUCTIVITY | ADJUSTMENT ASSISTANCE | INTERNATIONAL TRADE | JOB SEARCH | TOTAL COSTS | PRODUCTION WORKERS | HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS | AVERAGE WAGE | INFORMAL EMPLOYMENT | WAGE GAP | ON-THE-JOB TRAINING | LABOR ADJUSTMENT COSTS | SEARCH COSTS | SEVERANCE PAY | LAID-OFF WORKERS | SOCIAL CAPITAL | WAGE DATA | LABOR MARKET IMPACT | ECONOMIC FLUCTUATIONS | INCOME | INDUSTRY WAGES | EMPLOYMENT GROWTH | ACTIVE LABOR | FIRM SIZE | TRADE POLICY | RETRAINING PROGRAMS | EMPLOYMENT SHARE | PROFITABILITY | LOCAL GOVERNMENTS | FORMAL SECTOR WORKERS | HOURS OF WORK | NEW ENTRANTS | PLANT CLOSURE | TRADE REFORMS | FINANCIAL CRISIS | LABOR ECONOMICS | TRADE LIBERALIZATION | EXOGENOUS SHOCK | FIRM ENTRY | JOBS | DISPLACED WORKERS | LEGAL STATUS | AGGREGATE GROWTH | EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES | OCCUPATION | PRODUCTION FUNCTION | INTERNATIONAL MARKET | LABOR MARKET OUTCOMES | PURCHASING POWER | SAFETY NETS | ECONOMIC COSTS | FIRING COSTS | SERVICE SECTOR | SAFETY | EMPLOYMENT DYNAMICS | GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM | WAGE INCREASE | WORKER | JOB CREATION | ANALYTICAL APPROACH | PASSIVE LABOR | LABOR MARKET CHARACTERISTICS | PREVIOUS WAGE | NOMINAL WAGES | PRODUCTIVITY GAINS | TRADE POLICIES | ECONOMIC STABILITY | LABOUR MARKET REGULATIONS | WAGE SUBSIDIES | ACTIVE LABOR MARKET | LABOR REGULATIONS | LABOR ADJUSTMENT | WORKING | GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION | LABOR MOBILITY | EMPLOYMENT OUTCOMES | INTERNATIONAL MARKETS | WAGE LEVEL | PRODUCTIVE ACTIVITIES | LABOR MARKET | LABOR POLICIES | ECONOMIC RESEARCH | WORK EXPERIENCE | CREATIVE DESTRUCTION | SOCIAL SAFETY NETS | FIRM DYNAMICS | PREVIOUS STUDIES | DISCOUNTED VALUE | LABOR MARKET REGULATIONS | PLANT CLOSURES | LABOUR MARKET | CRISES | OPEN ECONOMY | LABOR FORCE | ADJUSTMENT COST | EXPECTED WAGES | JOB SECURITY | ECONOMIC COOPERATION | EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT | LABOR REALLOCATION | REAL WAGE | INSURANCE | MACROECONOMIC ANALYSIS | AVERAGE WAGES | ENTRY COSTS | HOUSEHOLD SURVEY | LABOR COSTS | HUMAN CAPITAL | WAGE DIFFERENTIALS | NET EMPLOYMENT | OCCUPATIONAL CHOICE | EMPLOYMENT INCREASES | REGRESSION ANALYSIS | ACTIVE LABOR MARKET POLICY | EQUILIBRIUM UNEMPLOYMENT | LABOR REGULATION | FACTOR DEMAND | UNEMPLOYMENT | MIGRATION | LABOR DEMAND | JOB TURNOVER | FINANCIAL CRISES | UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS | WAGE DIFFERENTIAL | PLANT CLOSING | CAPITAL MARKETS | EXPORT MARKETS | GDP PER CAPITA | LABOR MARKET ADJUSTMENT | ADJUSTMENT POLICIES | DEREGULATION | EQUILIBRIUM ANALYSIS | MICROECONOMIC ANALYSIS | LABOR ALLOCATION | OPTIMIZATION | ECONOMIC SHOCKS | LABOUR
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Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, ISSN 0165-1889, 01/2019, Volume 98, pp. 60 - 81
We study the impact of firing costs on aggregate total factor productivity (TFP) in a dynamic general-equilibrium framework where the evolution of... 
Productivity | Inaction | Establishments | Firing costs | Misallocation | ENTRY | DISTORTIONS | ECONOMICS | FIRM | EXIT
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Review of Economics and Statistics, ISSN 0034-6535, 7/2013, Volume 95, Issue 3, pp. 725 - 740
A key prediction of dynamic labor demand models is that firing restrictions attenuate firms' employment responses to economic fluctuations. We provide the... 
labor regulation | labor policy | JOB SECURITY | SOCIAL SCIENCES, MATHEMATICAL METHODS | DEMAND | ECONOMICS | LABOR | Labor market | Employment | Analysis | Economic aspects | Econometric models | Models | Business enterprises
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Journal of finance, ISSN 0022-1082, 10/2016, Volume 71, Issue 5, pp. 2239 - 2239
I exploit the adoption of state-level labor protection laws as an exogenous increase in employee firing costs to examine how the costs associated with... 
Studies | Operating leverage | Financial leverage | Firings
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The Journal of Finance, ISSN 0022-1082, 10/2016, Volume 71, Issue 5, p. 2239
  I exploit the adoption of state-level labor protection laws as an exogenous increase in employee firing costs to examine how the costs associated with... 
Studies | Operating leverage | Financial leverage | Firings | Earnings | Capital structure
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The Economic Journal, ISSN 0013-0133, 10/2002, Volume 112, Issue 482, pp. 829 - 853
General equilibrium analyses of lay-off costs have had mixed messages on the implications for employment. This paper brings out the economic forces at work and... 
Productivity | Economic models | Job hunting | Taxes | Employment | Lotteries | Economic costs | Unemployment | Surplus | Cost efficiency | INDIVISIBLE LABOR | JOB SECURITY | ECONOMICS | FIRING COSTS | EQUILIBRIUM UNEMPLOYMENT | SEARCH | Economic aspects | Layoffs | Finance | Analysis
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European Economic Review, ISSN 0014-2921, 2011, Volume 55, Issue 8, pp. 1083 - 1093
We examine self-enforcing contracts between risk-averse workers and risk-neutral firms (the ‘invisible handshake’) in a labor market with search frictions.... 
Implicit contracts | Firing costs | Invisible handshake | BUSINESS-CYCLE | WAGES | ECONOMICS | EMPLOYMENT PROTECTION | MICRO DATA | UNEMPLOYMENT | Labor market | Employers
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Journal of Economics/ Zeitschrift fur Nationalokonomie, ISSN 0931-8658, 03/2019, Volume 126, Issue 2, pp. 103 - 133
Collective bargaining between a trade union and a firm is analyzed within the framework of a monopoly union model as a dynamic Stackelberg game. Adjustment... 
Collective wage bargaining | Adjustment costs | Dynamic labor demand | Monopoly union model | Stackelberg differential game | ASYMMETRIC ADJUSTMENT | EMPLOYMENT DYNAMICS | TRADE-UNION | MEMBERSHIP | DEMAND | OUTSIDERS | MODELS | ECONOMICS | INSIDERS | Collective bargaining | Models | Human resource management | Analysis | Wages & salaries | Economic models | Employment | Labor unions | Cost control
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Renewable Energy, ISSN 0960-1481, 2011, Volume 36, Issue 1, pp. 282 - 288
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European Economic Review, ISSN 0014-2921, 11/2014, Volume 72, pp. 113 - 137
We study wage effects of two important elements of non-wage labour costs: firing costs and payroll taxes. We exploit a reform that introduced substantial... 
Evaluation of labour market reforms | Matching model | Payroll tax | Difference-in-difference | Dismissal costs | D31 | C23 | J31 | SEVERANCE PAYMENTS | ECONOMICS | EMPLOYMENT PROTECTION | UNEMPLOYMENT | Labor costs | Analysis
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Solar Energy, ISSN 0038-092X, 05/2019, Volume 184, pp. 508 - 514
It is important to find a more cost-effective way of putting multicrystalline silicon as the mainstream silicon materials for industrial silicon solar cell... 
Firing-through aluminum paste | Thermal optimization | Bifacial PERC | Industrialization means | Multicrystalline | ENERGY & FUELS | Photodegradation | Solar cells | Annealing | Electric contacts | Aluminum | Galvanic corrosion | Injection | Laser ablation | Ablation | Passivity | Fabrication | Photovoltaic cells | Efficiency | Low cost | Silicon | Emitters
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Economics Letters, ISSN 0165-1765, 10/2018, Volume 171, pp. 198 - 201
This note considers a Real Business Cycle model with search and matching frictions as well as purely endogenous separations in line with the model of Mortensen... 
Labor markets | Business cycles | Hiring cost | Firing cost | CYCLICAL BEHAVIOR | SEARCH | VACANCIES | ECONOMICS | MODEL | EQUILIBRIUM UNEMPLOYMENT | Labor market | Statistics
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Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications, ISSN 1062-7995, 05/2019, Volume 27, Issue 5, pp. 453 - 459
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2012, ISBN 9780821388495, xvi, 299
"Severance pay, a program that provides compensation to workers on termination of employment, is the most widely used income protection program for the... 
Severance pay | Unemployment insurance | JOB SEPARATION | ANNUAL INTEREST RATE | LABOR MARKETS | BUSINESS CYCLE | AVERAGE INTEREST RATE | PROGRAM DESIGN | MINIMUM WAGE | EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTION | RIGID LABOR MARKET | UNEMPLOYMENT RATES | INDIVIDUAL SAVINGS | LOW INCOME | CASH TRANSFERS | INTEREST RATES | PRIVATE SECTOR | EARNINGS | LIABILITY | SOURCE OF INCOME | INVOLUNTARY UNEMPLOYMENT | FORCED SAVINGS | SAFETY NET | CALCULATION | ADDITIONAL INCOME | ADVERSE EFFECTS | PENSION FUND ADMINISTRATORS | INVESTING | PENSION PLANS | FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS | MANDATED BENEFITS | PROPERTY TAX | CAPITAL INVESTMENTS | JOB MARKET | LOW INCOMES | BANKS | EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS | FIRM SIZE | CUSTOMER SERVICES | PRELIMINARY RESULTS | SOCIAL FUND | CREDITS | MARKET TURNOVER | BANKRUPTCY | UNEMPLOYED WORKERS | COLLECTIVE BARGAINING | MONTHLY INCOME | MINIMUM PAYMENTS | CONTRACT LABOR | LABOR CONTRACTS | JOBS | RISK MANAGEMENT | JOB TENURE | EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES | BANK LENDING | PURCHASING POWER | WORTH | FIRING COSTS | CASH TRANSFER | LIVING STANDARDS | WAGE INCREASE | PENSION FUND | INCOME SUPPORT PROGRAMS | AVERAGE BALANCE | JOB CREATION | SALARY | INSURANCE POLICIES | INVENTORY | MORAL HAZARD | TREASURY BONDS | DISABILITY | FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT | PENSION REFORM | RATE OF RETURN | UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE | RENTS | INCOME SUPPORT SYSTEMS | RETIREMENT | LABOR MARKET REFORMS | PENSION FUNDS | UNEMPLOYMENT DURATION | FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY | LABOR MARKET | AFFECTED WORKERS | SOCIAL FUNDS | DISABILITY INSURANCE | LABOR MARKET REGULATIONS | BENEFICIARIES | DEVELOPMENT BANK | INSURANCE SCHEME | JOB SECURITY | RATE OF RETURNS | LABOR SUPPLY | VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS | UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE | LABOR COSTS | SOCIAL INSURANCE | FLEXIBLE LABOR MARKETS | LABOR MARKET PERFORMANCE | LOAN | EXPENDITURES | PENSIONS | AVERAGE INTEREST | PENSION SYSTEMS | MORTGAGE | UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS | YOUNG WORKERS | PENSION REFORMS | SOCIAL ASSISTANCE | YOUTH EMPLOYMENT | ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS | ANNUAL SALARY | ECONOMIC SHOCKS | INFORMAL SECTOR | RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS | BARGAINING AGREEMENT | CHILD LABOR | LABOR LEGISLATION | RATES OF RETURN | DEPOSIT | DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS | PENSION | INCOME SUPPORT | RISING UNEMPLOYMENT RATE | INCOME SOURCES | INCOME DISTRIBUTION | ADEQUATE INCOME | TERMINATION | MONITORING COSTS | SEVERANCE PAY SYSTEM | COMPANY PENSION | FINANCIAL MARKETS | LABOR RELATION | WORKERS | MINIMUM BENEFITS | AMOUNT OF CONTRIBUTIONS | JOB SEARCH | LABOR LAWS | DISPLACEMENT | AVERAGE WAGE | PUBLIC ECONOMICS | UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE PROGRAM | WAGE GAP | DOMESTIC WORKERS | MORTGAGE PAYMENTS | SEVERANCE PAY | UNEMPLOYED | LABOR MARKET REGULATION | LABOR CONTRACT | TEMPORARY WORKERS | ANNUAL RETURNS | INDIVIDUAL PENSION | ECONOMIC DOWNTURNS | INCOME | LABOR MARKET POLICIES | PRIVATE FINANCIAL INSTITUTION | DISABILITIES | PUBLIC WORKS | SEVERANCE PAYMENTS | LABOR MARKET REFORM | PENSION RIGHTS | EMPLOYEE | INFORMAL ECONOMY | JOB LOSS | LABOR ECONOMICS | HOME IMPROVEMENT | CAPITAL ACCUMULATION | EMPLOYER | CREDIT UNIONS | DEPOSITS | INFLATION | INFORMAL LABOR MARKETS | SOURCES OF INCOME | WITHDRAWAL | SOCIAL SERVICES | SAFETY NETS | SAVINGS ACCOUNTS | LOW-INCOME | SAFETY | MINIMUM CONTRIBUTIONS | FUND MANAGEMENT | WORKER | DISMISSAL | LABOUR ADJUSTMENTS | MAXIMUM CONTRIBUTIONS | PENSION SCHEMES | INSURANCE COMPANIES | FIRING COST | ACCOUNTING | LABOR REGULATIONS | INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS | INSURANCE SCHEMES | LABOR MOBILITY | SAVINGS ACCOUNT | EMPLOYERS | VALUATION | LABOR PRODUCTIVITY | MINIMUM WAGES | FAMILY MEMBER | RETIRED | MARKET TRENDS | SOCIAL PROTECTION | COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT | LABOUR MARKET | LABOR FORCE | SOCIAL SECURITY | BANKING SYSTEM | FINANCIAL DIFFICULTIES | HUMAN CAPITAL | LUMP SUM | LABOUR CONTRACTS | FINANCES | PUBLIC PENSION | LABOUR MARKETS | LABOR REGULATION | SEVERANCE PAYMENT | MANDATORY SAVINGS | UNEMPLOYMENT | INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNT | JOB TRAINING | POOL OF FUNDS | LABOR MARKET CONDITIONS | RISING UNEMPLOYMENT | LOW UNEMPLOYMENT | PRIME AGE | EARNINGS-RELATED PENSION | LABOUR | DEBTS | MANDATORY SEVERANCE
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Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, ISSN 0022-2879, 02/2014, Volume 46, Issue 1, pp. 115 - 144
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