Occupational and geographical mobility within Wisconsin, 1946-1960: an economic analysis

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University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1971 - Business & Economics - 456 pages
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Theoretical Model and Hypotheses
Labor Mobility and Characteristics of Individual Suppliers
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0O CM analysis annual mobility ascer birth year cohort blue-collar workers bO bO business cycle Census ceteris paribus chapter Chi-square statistic Chi-square test CM CM CM CO CM H CM ID CM TH CO CM CO CO CO CO CO CO H CO ID CO TH computed costs decision process distance earnings levels economists employer employment expected expected values explanatory variables factors filing flows frequency geographic mobility geographic moves H CO H id H rH However human capital hypothesized ID CM ID CO ID ID income increase independent variable individuals input-output analysis inter-county inter-county moves intra-county labor economics labor force labor market labor mobility labor supplier Lansing Larry Dale layoffs linear regression LO LO logits Markov chain Markov process Markovian process Matras matrix mean earnings Means of Mean Metropolitan Statistical Area Milwaukee mobility process mobility rates move movers movers and non-movers multinomial distributions non-movers null hypothesis observed occupational and geographic occupational change occupational mobility Opportunity costs Ozaukee counties period psychic costs regression regression analysis relative Relative Errors rH H rH rH sample self-employed self-employed businesses shown in Table Social Security Administration spatial stationarity statistically independent stayers stochastic stochastic model stochastic process Stocks and Flows taxpayers TH CM TH CO TH ID TH TH tion total number transition matrix tween unemployment unskilled vacancy variables wages waukee white-collar workers Wisconsin

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