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Unemployment inflow and sufficient statistics for welfare analysis of unemployment insurance
A common tool to perform welfare analysis of unemployment insurance is the sufficient statistics approach, where the benefit is consumption smoothing across unemployment and employment, and the cost results from lower ...
What is the psychosocial impact of unemployment? A meta-analysis
Purpose: To understand what happens to people when they are employed or unemployed a meta-analysis of studies was done focusing on the concept of psychosocial impact of unemployment. Methods: ISI Web of Science search for ...
Analysis of the duration of unemployment and outcomes for unemployed persons in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
Although, at first glance, it would seem to be a contradiction in terms, official statistics indicate that both unemployment and economic activity in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela are on a steep downward trend. ...
Unemployment insurance in transition and developing countries: Moral hazard vs. liquidity constraints in Chile
(Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2022)
One of the most complex policy issues that developing countries will face as a result of the employment crisis caused by the Covid crisis is the question of how they can better protect the unemployed. However, the analysis ...
Regional unemployment and cyclical sensitivity in Spain
Unemployment has been routinely used as a measure of the economic cycle. In addition, regional unemployment rates are characterized by, among other factors, their relation to the national unemployment rate. In this regard, ...
Equilibrium unemployment-inequality correlation
(Louisiana State Univ Pr, 2012-06)
A vast empirical literature implies that increases in unemployment have an aggravating impact on income inequality, whence international and intertemporal inequality comparisons might be sometimes biased. We show how ...
Unemployment, Participation and Worker Flows Over the Life-Cycle
(Wiley & Sons, 2015)
We estimate life-cycle transition probabilities among employment, unemployment and inactivity for US workers. We assess the importance of each worker flow to account for participation and unemployment rates over the life ...
Increasing number of young unemployment due to inflation, education, and economic growth
(Universidad del Zulia, 2020)