Gross Job Flows for the U . S . Manufacturing Sector : Measurement from the Longitudinal Research Database

@inproceedings{Foster2006GrossJF,
  title={Gross Job Flows for the U . S . Manufacturing Sector : Measurement from the Longitudinal Research Database},
  author={Lucia Foster and John C. Haltiwanger and Namsuk Kim},
  year={2006}
}
Measures of job creation and destruction are now produced regularly by the U.S. statistical agencies. The Bureau of Labor Statistics releases via the Business Employment Dynamics (BED) on a quarterly basis measures of job creation and destruction for the U.S. nonfarm business sector and related disaggregation by industrial sector and size class. The U.S. Census Bureau has developed the Longitudinal Business Database (LBD) covering the nonfarm business sector that has been used to produce… CONTINUE READING

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