Job mobility and careers in firms

@inproceedings{Ghosh2006JobMA,
  title={Job mobility and careers in firms},
  author={Suman Ghosh},
  year={2006}
}
This paper presents a theoretical model that combines employers learning about worker productivity, human capital acquisition, job-assignment and resolution of worker uncertainty regarding disutility of work from a job, to show how widely documented findings on both wage and promotion dynamics and turnover can be captured in a single set-up. Specifically we show how our model can capture results such as; probability of turnover decreases with labor market experience, wage changes during job… CONTINUE READING

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