SEARCH INTENSITY, DIRECTED SEARCH, AND THE WAGE DISTRIBUTION
We propose a search equilibrium model in which homogeneous firms post wages along with a vacancy to attract job seekers while homogeneous unemployed workers invest in costly job seeking. The key innovation relies on the organization of the search market and the search behavior of the job seekers. Th...
|Place of publication:||
Malden, USA Wiley-Blackwell 01.12.2011
Blackwell Publishing Inc
OXFORD UNIV PRESS
|published in:||Journal of the European Economic Association Vol. 9; no. 6; pp. 1168 - 1186|
|Data of publication:||20111201|
Job search with ubiquity and the wage distribution
We thank Pierre Cahuc, Olivier Charlot, Pieter Gautier, Fabien Postel‐Vinay, Etienne Wasmer, and participants in University of Aix‐Marseilles and University of Toulouse I seminars, as well as two referees and an editor of this review for their constructive comments. Decreuse is a member of the GREQAM and IDEP, and Zylberberg is a member of the CNRS and CES.
The editor in charge of this paper was George‐Marios Angeletos.
Acknowledgments: This is a revised (and shorter) version of a paper that circulated previously under the title
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