Random or non-random matching?: implications for the use of the UY curve as a measure of matching performance
Paul Gregg, Barbara Petrongolo, London School of Economics and Political Science. Centre for Economic Performance, University of Oxford. Institute of Economics and Statistics
Institute of Economics and Statistics, 1997 - Business & Economics - 34 pages
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1996 Annual Supplement aggregation problem average completed average uncompleted duration beginning-of-period stock Beveridge curve Cobb-Douglas column completed and uncompleted constant returns CSO Economic Trends curve in Britain denotes dependent variable deterioration duration classes duration of search Economic Trends 1996 effectiveness of vacancies Employment Gazette various Estimates of outflow existing stock exit rates Gazette various issues hazard rate implies initial stock Jackman Jobcentre labour market effectiveness LEVERHULME TRUST matching effectiveness matching model matching process No.obs NOMIS number of matches OECD open vacancies outflow rates Paul Gregg Pissarides Poisson process pool predictions quarter random matching regression regressors returns to scale sample search spells Sj/Si Stephen Nickell stock of unemployed stock of unfilled stock of unmatched stock of vacancies stock/flow matching stocks and flows Table total number unem unemployed and vacancies unemployed workers unemployment and vacancies unemployment duration unemployment stock unfilled vacancies vacancies and unemployed vacancy outflow equation vacancy rate vacancy stock