An analysis of worker sectoral choice: public vs. private employment
Industrial Relations Section, Princeton University, 1983 - Study Aids - 33 pages
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1=Resides 3-way choice model 3-Way Choice Pub affirmative action attractive bivariate normal distribution Choice Estimation column Current Population Survey different occupational different sectors educational levels effect errors in parentheses estimate separate federal and state-local federal employees federal employment federal level federal or state-local federal sector government job highly educated indicates influence sectoral choice labor market likelihood function likelihood ratio test maximum likelihood NCentral Number of Obs occupational differences occupational groups otherwise percent level personal characteristics private employment private sector employment private sector job probit model public and private public sector public versus private public workers public/private risk aversion SECTOR CHOICE EQUATIONS sector is chosen SECTOR SECTOR SECTOR sectoral choice probabilities sectoral differences selection probabilities Service Qper&Lbr Private Set Set St-Local Standard errors state-local employment state-local jobs state-local level state-local sector union utility variables vary VET=l veterans wage differentials WASH=l Washington D.C. worker characteristics worker will choose