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Psychiatric illness and risk factors for suicide in Denmark
BACKGROUND Several risk factors for suicide have been identified. We assessed the relative risks and population attributable risks of suicide associated with various socioeconomic factors and withExpand
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Age Structure of the Workforce and Firm Performance
In this contribution, we examine the interrelation between corporate age structures and firm performance. In particular, we address the issues, whether firms with young rather than older employeesExpand
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The Dispersion of Employees' Wage Increases and Firm Performance
Previous studies examining intra-firm wage dispersion and firm performance have focused on wage levels. The authors of this study argue that for purposes of comparing wage dispersion's positiveExpand
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Where did they go? Modelling transitions out of jobs
We study individual job separations and their associated destination states for all individuals in the private sector in Denmark for the period 1980 to 2000, and account for their magnitude andExpand
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Personnel policy and profit
Abstract There is a growing awareness of large differences in worker turnover and pay between firms. However, there is little knowledge about the effects of this on firm performance. This paperExpand
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Education and Earnings in Europe
Education and Earnings in Europe is based on a two year pan-European research programme and presents an in-depth analysis of the returns to education in Europe.
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Unemployment and Mental Disorders - an Empirical Analysis
The purpose of this paper is also to analyze the importance of unemployment and other social factors as risk factors for impaired mental health. It departs from previous studies in that we make useExpand
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Risk of suicide in relation to income level in people admitted to hospital with mental illness: nested case-control study.
# Risk of suicide in relation to income level in people admitted to hospital with mental illness: nested case-control study {#article-title-2} People at higher risk of suicide, such as those who areExpand
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Introduction [to Education and earnings in Europe: a cross country analysis of the returns to education]
This text is based on a two-year pan-European research programme and presents an in-depth analysis of the returns to education in Europe. The work begins with a critical review of the literatureExpand
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Adverse Workplace Conditions, High-Involvement Work Practices and Labor Turnover: Evidence from Danish Linked Employer-Employee Data
This paper contributes to the emerging strand of the empirical literature that takes advantage of new data on workplace-specific job attributes and voluntary employee turnover to shed fresh insightsExpand
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