Aggregate Labor Market Outcomes : The Role of Choice and Chance ∗

Abstract

Commonly used frictional models of the labor market imply that changes in frictions have large effects on steady state employment and unemployment. We use a model that features both frictions and an operative labor supply margin to examine the robustness of this feature to the inclusion of a empirically reasonable labor supply channel. The response of… (More)

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