The Substitution between Moves and Quits

@inproceedings{Zax1991TheSB,
  title={The Substitution between Moves and Quits},
  author={Jeffrey S. Zax},
  year={1991}
}
  • Jeffrey S. Zax
  • Published 1991
  • Economics
  • If a worker's workplace and residence locations do not maximize utility, quits and moves are "substitutes"; a quit or a move alone is more likely than both together. Records of a single company confirm this. Simultaneous bivariate probit estimates of move and quit behavior demonstrate that uncontrolled shocks to quits and moves are negatively correlated. Furthermore, when the company relocated from the central business district to a suburb of its metropolitan area, the occurrence of either a… CONTINUE READING

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