• Use linked employer–employee data to estimate dynamic labor supply model • First to estimate firm-level labor supply elasticities • Average firm is fairly monopsonistic, but there is a wide distribution. • First to demonstrate link between firm labor supply elasticity and worker earnings a b s t r a c t a r t i c l e i n f o Using the Longitudinal… (More)
This paper studies nonparametric panel data models with multidimensional, unobserved individual effects when the number of time periods is fixed. I focus on models where the unobservables have a factor structure and enter an unknown structural function nonadditively. A key distinguishing feature of the setup is to allow for the various unobserved individual… (More)
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