Labour market adjustment during a recession

the micro and macro evidence by Victor Lavy

Publisher: University of Warwick, Development Economics Research Centre in Coventry

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Wages -- Ivory Coast.,
  • Employment (Economic theory),
  • Ivory Coast -- Economic conditions -- 1960-

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p.24-25.

StatementVictor Lavy, John Newman.
SeriesDiscussion paper / University of Warwick -- no.80
ContributionsNewman, J., Development Economics Research Centre.
The Physical Object
Pagination25p. ;
Number of Pages25
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19571609M

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the postwar era. Early on, the nature of labor market adjustment displayed a. notable resemblance to that observed in past severe downturns. During the latter. Productivity per employee may increase, but morale may suffer as hours become longer, work becomes harder, wage increases are stopped, and fear of further layoffs persists.

As the recession increases in severity and length, management and labor may meet and agree to mutual concessions. Lehmann, Hartmut F. and Razzolini, Tiziano and Zaiceva, Anzelika, Worker Flows and Labour Market Adjustment During the Great Recession: Evidence from a Large Shock (January 7, ).

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New entrants to the labour market have a high rate of unemployment due to technological change. b. New entrants to the labour market have difficulty finding jobs, and as a result have a higher rate of unemployment throughout their working lives.