Social networks , job search methods and reservation wages : Evidence for Germany

  title={Social networks , job search methods and reservation wages : Evidence for Germany},
  author={Marco Caliendo and Ricarda Schmidl and Arne Uhlendorff},
Social Networks, Job Search Methods and Reservation Wages: Evidence for Germany In this paper we analyze the relationship between social networks and the job search behavior of unemployed individuals. It is believed that networks convey useful information in the job search process such that individuals with larger networks should experience a higher productivity of informal search. Hence, job search theory suggests that individuals with larger networks use informal search channels more often… CONTINUE READING
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