Profitable Career Paths: The Importance of Occupational and Industry Expertise

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In this paper we depart from the assumption on the transferability of accumulated human capital that divides human capital dichotomously into employer-specific and general labour market skills, and pursue the idea of possible industry or occupational specificity. The estimates of a Mincer wage equation, on a BHPS sample, suggest some interesting patterns… (More)

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@inproceedings{EALE2004ProfitableCP, title={Profitable Career Paths: The Importance of Occupational and Industry Expertise}, author={-EALE and Alexandros N. Zangelidis}, year={2004} }