Panel Data and Labor Market Studies, Volume 192
The contributions in this volume cover research being carried out at the frontline of econometric analysis and labor market applications of panel data. Although the volume is not organized into particular sections the reader may loosely distinguish five groups of related topics. Section I deals with measurement, sampling attrition and estimation problems; section II deals with duration models; lay-offs and vacancies are covered in section III ; section IV is on lifecycle models and the final section is concerned with equilibrium wage distributions and unemployment insurance.
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Tony LANCASTER and Guido IMBENS
James J HECKMAN
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