spatial unemployment-wage relation revisited

an investigation of interstate urban unemployment rate differentials in India by Sonia Bhalotra

Publisher: University of Bristol, Department of Economics in Bristol

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StatementSonia Bhalotra.
SeriesEconomic discussion paper series / University of Bristol, Department of Economics -- no.96/409, Economic discussion paper (University of Bristol, Department of Economics) -- no.96/409.
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Spatial Heterogeneity and the Wage Curve Revisited Key words: Unemployment, wage formation, spatial analysis, local monopsony, In their book, Blanchflower and Oswald offer three possible explanations for an inverse relationship between. Spatial Equilibrium with Unemployment and Wage Bargaining: Theory and Estimation Paul Beaudryy David A.

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In contrast to Walrasian spatial equilibrium setups, our model is characterized by search frictions and wage bargaining, giving rise to equilibrium unemployment. We empirically evaluate the implications gained from a spatial equilibrium model with these additional characteristics using U.S.

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This thesis studies the inability of search models to match both observed labor market flows and the empirical wage distribution. I show that a known feature of the labor market, that unemployment hurts workers' wages, has an important effect on workers' search behavior, and explains why we observe that similar workers are paid different wages.

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