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This paper is concerned with the implications of job search models for migration. In contrast to earlier models, the model described here does not assume perfect information about the wage offer distribution. "In this model information about the wage offer distribution is imperfect and accumulated through the search process. When based on this search(More)
This paper discusses the impact of externalities on economic growth and the long term distribution of economic activities in a system of two regions. We use a standard neoclassical growth model of the Solow-type and augment it with a random process of innovation allocation. The long term behavior of this model is analyzed. As it turns out the dynamic(More)
La série des Etudes et Documents du CERDI est consultable sur le site : Avertissement : Les commentaires et analyses développés n'engagent que leurs auteurs qui restent seuls responsables des erreurs et insuffisances. Abstract This paper employs the hedonic price method (HPM) to examine whether the implicit value of the greenbelt is capitalized into(More)
  • G Maier
  • 2000
The present study analyses gender-specific risks for women in the second half of their career, especially their labour force participation rate, the degree and quality of their vocational qualification, the risk of becoming unemployed, and their transition to retirement. The analysed data show that women obviously are at higher risks to participate in the(More)
  • G Maier
  • 1998
Current demographic trends indicate an increase in average age within the workforce. The "junior-staff-directed" personnel strategies of companies obviously no longer fit when the number of older workers increase. Based on current research, it is still open in which direction older employees present an obstacle for innovation and which intervention(More)
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