Job loss in the United States, 1981-2001, Issue 9707
Henry S. Farber, National Bureau of Economic Research, Princeton University. Industrial Relations Section
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2003 - Displaced workers - 41 pages
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1994 and later adjusted analysis Appendix Table change in earnings Close Slack Wk control group costs of job cyclical debriefing questions Decline in Log difference-in-difference estimate discount displaced workers DWS survey date earnings change earnings decline educational category effect of job Farber foregone earnings growth Full-Time to Full-Time Full-Time Transitions immediately prior job loss due job loss rates later DWSs linear probability model log real weekly loss on earnings loss rate computed lost a job lost job MOGRG non-displaced workers Numbers for Figure outgoing rotation groups overall rate part-time employment part-time rate part-time status percentage points PI Close Slack post-displacement employment rates pre-displacement R-Squared rate of job re-employed real earnings real weekly earnings recall period self-employment slack labor market Slack Wk Pos standard errors strong labor market subsequent to job substantially tenure three-year job loss Three-Year Rate Total PI Close unemployment rate wage Wk Pos Abol workers who lost