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In this paper we evaluate the impact of the old-age part-time scheme (OAPT) on the Austrian labor market which was a policy to allow flexible retirement options for the elderly with an aim to increase labor supply. According to our matching estimates, employment probability increases slightly;...
Using German data from the Institute for Employment Research Establishment Panel, this paper constructs two main measures of outsourcing and examines their determinants and consequences for employment. There are some commonalities in the correlates of the two measures of outsourcing, as well as...
Der vorliegende Beitrag stellt die Erhebung des gesamtwirtschaftlichen Stellenangebots (EGS) vor. Von großem Wert sind ihre Daten vor allem deshalb, weil in den empirischen Analysen zum Matching am Arbeitsmarkt die Such- und Entscheidungsprozesse der Arbeitgeberseite bisher wenig beleuchtet...
The study explores routes off benefits through labour market integration for young adults in Germany. Policies for young people are focused on a rapid integration into employment or training to prevent long-term benefits dependency. The causes of long-term benefits receipt can be related to poor...
We analyze unemployment dynamics for Germany on a regional basis by means of an approximate factor model. We first estimate the number of factors corresponding to the number of cycles. At least for the pre-“Hartz” reform data we find strong evidence for more than just one dynamic labor market...
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