by Département de science économique, Université de Montréal in Montréal .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 26.
|Statement||by Glenn P. Jenkins and Claude Montmarquette.|
|Series||Cahier - Département de science economique, Université de Montréal ; no. 7828, Cahier (Université de Montréal. Département de sciences économiques) ;, 7828.|
|Contributions||Montmarquette, Claude, 1942- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HD5707 .J46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||79319422|
"Estimating the Private and Social Opportunity Cost of Displaced Workers," Development Discussion Papers , JDI Executive Programs. Jenkins, G.P. & Montmarquette, C., "Estimating the Private and Social Opportunity Cost of Displaced Workers," Cahiers de recherche , Universite de Montreal, Departement de sciences economiques. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): ?si (external link)Author: Glenn P Jenkins and Claude Montmarquette. INDUSTRIAL DISLOCATION AND THE PRIVATE COST OF LABOR ADJUSTMENT INDUSTRIAL DISLOCATION AND THE PRIVATE COST OF LABOR ADJUSTMENT GLENDAY, GRAHAM; JENKINS, GLENN F. I. INTRODUCTION In many countries, governments respond to the prospect of a decline in the activity of a major firm or sector by attempting to slow down or halt this . Jenkins, Glenn, and Claude Montmarquette. “Estimating the Private and Social Opportunity Cost of Displaced Workers.” Review of Economics and Statistics 61 (August): – Google Scholar.
trenchment in many countries, and displaced workers often suffer important welfare losses. Governments have used a variety of mechanisms to address the political and social costs of large-scale displacements, including employment guarantees, retraining programs, job search assistance for displaced workers, and severance pay. of estimating earnings losses for displaced workers. However, our empirical work as-sesses the magnitude and pattern of those losses only for workers displaced in Pennsyl-vania during the early and mid's. We have limited our analysis to these workers in order to take advantage of a rich set of administrative data on Pennsylvanian work-ers. Social Security measures work and earnings by assigning credits to a worker's record. The amount needed for a credit changes from year to year. In , for example, you earn one credit for each $1, of wages or self-employment income. In contrast, Probit 2 estimates too many workers as displaced, leading to underestimation of wage loss. Identifying displaced workers in the German social security file (IAB) The probit specification (IV) was used to predict displacement status on the sample of all male workers in the IAB sample who became unemployed in a single year,
Can the Real Opportunity Cost Stand Up: Displaced Services, the Straw Man Outside the Room analysis to hospitals: estimating the costs and conse-quences of variation in clinical practice. for workers to move from a poorly-suited to a well-suited job.7 The work of Jung and Kuhn () is also highly relevant. That paper and this paper share many themes, including a robust quantitative explanation for the earn-ings losses of displaced workers, the decomposition of lost earnings into reduced. Approaches to Discounting Future Benefits and Costs: Unsettled Debate 43 Social Rate of Time Preference 45 Marginal Social Opportunity Cost of Capital 52 The Weighted Average Approach 53 Shadow Price of Capital Approach 56 Discounting Intergenerational Projects Assisting Displaced Workers: Do the States Have a Better Idea [Leigh, Duane E.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Assisting Displaced Workers: Do the States Have a Better IdeaAuthor: Duane E. Leigh.