Unemployment Dynamics in Britain
We examine the inter-related dynamics of the unemployment flows and stock. Our model allows them to be linked through the standard accounting identity, but also through behavioural relationships. We find that, for the UK, the bulk of the correlation between duration and the unemployment stock arises...
|Place of publication:||
Oxford, UK Blackwell Publishers 01.04.2005
Blackwell Publishing Ltd
OXFORD UNIV PRESS
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|published in:||The Economic journal (London) Vol. 115; no. 503; pp. 423 - 448|
|Data of publication:||20050401|
Thanks to UK Department for Education and Employment for funding this project, though they are not responsible for the views expressed in this paper and the views expressed here may not be the same as theirs. Thanks also for comments from our Editor and the referees, plus Michael Burda, Juan Dolado, Dan Hamermesh, Gervas Huxley, Andrew Oswald, Barbara Petrongolo, Carol Propper and David Winter, and seminar participants at Bristol, ESSLE at Ammersee, Keele, LSE/CEP and the Tinbergen Institute in Amsterdam.
|Database:||Social Sciences Citation Index
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