Intra-Sectoral Labour Mobility and Adjustment Costs

@inproceedings{ElliottIntraSectoralLM,
  title={Intra-Sectoral Labour Mobility and Adjustment Costs},
  author={Robert J R Elliott and Jennifer Lindley}
}
Acknowledgements Robert Elliott gratefully acknowledges financial support from the UK Economic and Social Research Council (" Evolving Macroeconomy " programme, ESRC grant L138251002) and Joanne Lindley would like to thank the Leverhulme Trust (programme grant F114/BF). Abstract The ability of workers to change job, industry or occupation and the costs associated with a reallocation of labour in reaction to changes in economic circumstances is the subject of lively debate among academics and… CONTINUE READING
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