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The China Shock, Employment Protection, and European Jobs.

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Source(s): ILR Review; Oct2022, Vol. 75 Issue 5, p1269-1293, 25p, 5 Charts, 3 Graphs

Abstract: Copyright of ILR Review is the property of Sage Publications Inc. and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission. However, users may print, download, or e...

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Expectation‐Driven Cycles and the Changing Dynamics of Unemployment.

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Source(s): Journal of Money, Credit & Banking (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.). Oct2022, Vol. 54 Issue 7, p2173-2191. 19p.

Abstract: This paper provides new evidence on the role of expectations for the change in unemployment dynamics over time. We show that unanticipated changes in expectations display large and persistent effects on the unemployment rate in the 2007–09 downturn, co...

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The effect of the Regional Competitiveness Operational Programme on employment: an empirical assessment for the Central Anatolia region of Turkey.

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Source(s): Eurasian Geography & Economics. Oct2022, Vol. 63 Issue 5, p571-598. 28p.

Abstract: Regional Competitiveness Operational Programme (RCOP) is one of the policies which aims to increase the competitiveness of the poorest regions of Turkey by supporting enterprises and creating employment opportunities. This study aims to investigate whe...

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Global Youth Unemployment: History, Governance and Policy.

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Source(s): Developing Economies. Dec2022, Vol. 60 Issue 4, p275-278. 4p.

Abstract: There is a large informal economy that absorbs the bulk of the labor forces with no access to formal waged work. In industrial societies, employment has become the major source of income for the majority of the population to make a living. This has led...

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Gendered effects of sanctions on manufacturing employment: Evidence from Iran.

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Source(s): Review of Development Economics. Nov2022, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p2040-2069. 30p. 4 Charts, 5 Graphs.

Abstract: International sanctions have significant economic effects with long‐lasting negative consequences for human development. However, academic research on the gendered effects of sanctions is scarce. In fact, most work on sanctions has been either gender n...

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Import Tariff Liberalization, Employment, and Gender in Ethiopia.

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Source(s): Journal of Development Studies. Nov2022, Vol. 58 Issue 11, p2366-2392. 27p. 1 Diagram, 15 Charts, 6 Graphs, 3 Maps.

Abstract: This paper analyses the impact of trade liberalization on local labour markets in Ethiopia, with a focus on the gender dimension of employment and on the process of structural transformation. By exploiting rich micro-level data on Ethiopian workers, we...

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Happy Birthday, You're Fired! Effects of an Age-Dependent Minimum Wage on Youth Employment Flows in the Netherlands.

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Source(s): ILR Review. Aug2021, Vol. 74 Issue 4, p1008-1035. 28p. 3 Charts, 9 Graphs.

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Abstract: The Dutch minimum wage for workers aged 15 to 23 is defined as a stepwise increasing function of a worker's calendar age. Using Dutch administrative records, the author shows that the birthday discontinuities of age-dependent minimum wage rates affect ...

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Effects of social distancing policy on labor market outcomes.

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Source(s): Contemporary Economic Policy. Jan2023, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p166-193. 28p.

Abstract: US workers receive unemployment benefits if they lose their job, but not for reduced working hours. In alignment with the benefits incentives, we find that the labor market responded to COVID‐19 and related closure‐policies mostly on the extensive (12 ...

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Forecasting of the Employment Rate in the EU ICT Field.

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Source(s): Comparative Economic Research. 2022, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p7-25. 19p.

Abstract: The ingrained tendency to implement information and communication technologies (ICT) in EU enterprises over the last decade has caused dramatic changes in the labor market. Since the demand for ICT personnel is growing, there is still a need to create ...

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