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aggregate analysis analyze assume assumption behaviour business cycle capital intensity capital-labour ratio cet.par changes chapter choice set coefficient estimates conclusion corner solution costs of employment decrease demand for part-time dependent variable different industries downturns dummies Durbin-Watson statistics earner earnings economic employees on part-time factors factors of production Figure firm fixed costs full-time work week hourly wage rate hours per employee hours per week hours supplied hypothesis implies income effect increase indifference curve individual labour market reasons labour services labour supply leisure marginal tax rate marginal wage rate monopsony negative number of employees number of hours optimal part-time employees part-time employment part-time schedules participation rates period person production progressive tax public sector real wage rate relative price shift standard full-time standard hours standard work week substitution effect Sweden Table trend UKOR unemployment rate upturns utility function variable wage costs weekly hours yearly