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Dynamics of small area labor supply

Peterson, John M.

Dynamics of small area labor supply

a case study

by Peterson, John M.

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Published in Little Rock, [Ark.] .
Written in English

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  • Arkansas
    • Subjects:
    • Labor supply -- Arkansas -- Case studies.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] John M. Peterson [and] Earl Wright.
      SeriesUniversity of Arkansas. Industrial Research and Extension Center. Publication H-18, Publication (University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Industrial Research and Extension Center) ;, H-18.
      ContributionsWright, Earl, joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsT178 .A753 no. H-18
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 47 p.
      Number of Pages47
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5636338M
      LC Control Number68063875

      The "substitution effect" for labor supply states that people work: A) less as wages rise because their ability to purchase goods increases. B) more as wages rise because their ability to purchase goods increases. C) less as wages rise because the opportunity cost of leisure increases. her labor supply conditional on her husband’s labor supply decision and we assume that U is exogenous. 6. ; is a nonlinear tax function that depends on the wife’s earnings and is assumed to be piece-wise linear and convex. Existence of fixed costs (M ; result in a .

      One protester objected to the agency's determination to proceed with a combined small business/labor surplus area set-aside while a second protester questioned the eligibility as a small business of the first protester. The first protester was not eligible for award since the Small Business Administration Size Appeals Board had found it to be a large business concern and, as of the date of bid. Labor Supply is a survey of and critical guide to recent theoretical and empirical work on labor supply models, both static and dynamic. The chapters on recent empirical studies and on dynamic models are of particular interest, because neither topic has so far been discussed in any detail in standard : Paperback.

      period to estimate a life-cycle labor supply function. The estimation is the-oretically consistent with the overlapping generation framework. It also allows me to envisage a more realistic life-cycle model with age-separable elasticities of labor supply with respect to wage. This can serve as a new basis for future application of OLG. Although the labor market works in a similar way, the roles reverse. In the labor market, firms demand labor, and individuals such as you and I supply that labor. Employers demand labor because workers are an important part of the production process. Workers use tools and equipment to turn inputs into output.


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