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ContributionsJ. Haltiwanger (Editor), J. Lane (Editor), J.R. Spletzer (Editor), J. Theeuwes (Editor), K. Troske (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages623
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Open LibraryOL7530375M
ISBN 100444502564
ISBN 109780444502568

J. Abowd, H. Finer, F. Kramarz (), «Individual and Firm Heterogeneity in Compensation: An Analysis of Matched Longitudinal Employer and Employee Data for the State of Washington,» in J. Haltiwanger, J. Lane, J. Spletzer, K. Troske eds, The Creation and Analysis of Employer-Employee Matched Data, North-Holland, Confidentiality, Disclosure and Data Access: Theory and Practical Applications for Statistical Agencies, coedited with Pat Doyle, Laura Zayatz and Jules Theeuwes, North Holland, The Creation and Analysis of Employer and Employee Matched Data part of the North Holland Contributions to Economic Analysis Series. Coedited with John. Using recent matched employer-employee data from the manufacturing sector in 20 Sub-Saharan African countries, the authors analyze how the supply of skills and legal origin of the country affect the wage setting process. The wage analysis yields three main findings.


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/ J. et al. Haltiwanger. Amsterdam: North-Holland, p. Research output: Chapter in Book / Report / Conference proceeding › Chapter › AcademicAuthor: Peter Dolton, Maarten Lindeboom, Gerard J. van den Berg. Individual and Firm Heterogeneity in Compensation: An Analysis of Matched Longitudinal Employer-Employee Data for the State of Washington, The Creation and Analysis of Employer-Employee Matched Data.

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In this paper, we exploit detailed matched employer-employee data for the entire population of Danish farms in. Haltiwanger, John, Julia Lane, James Spletzser, Jules Theeuwees and Kenneth Troske (eds) () The Creation and Analysis of Employer–Employee Matched Data (Amsterdam: North-Holland).

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In this paper, we use US Census employer employee matched data to test whether IPOs free up. Similarly, using matched employer-employee data from Sweden, Heyman () finds a positive relationship between firm age and wages, but finds that Author: Fredrik Heyman.

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7 Such data. The book serves as an excellent, up-to-date reference and initial resource for those interested in the data sources it covers, particularly employer-employee matched data sets, the plant-based Longitudinal Research Database (LRD), and the house-hold-based Current Population Survey (CPS).

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The evidence for the dynamism of market economies in general and in the United States in particular has been greatly enhanced by the development of longitudinal business databases as well as longitudinal employer-employee matched data.

tistical agencies assess data availability and qual-ity and present methods of measurement with regard to a variety of questions. The book serves as an excellent, up-to-date reference and initial resource for those interested in the data sources it covers, particularly employer-employee matched data -sets, the plant-based Longitudi.

Using a unique dataset based on individual Unemployment Insurance wage records for Illinois in the s that are matched to other Census data, the authors analyze the extent to which escape from or entry into low earnings among adult workers was associated with changes in their employers and firm by: A taxonomy of survey non-response and its relation to labor market behavior () Pagina-navigatie: Main; Save publication.

to RefWorks; Title: A taxonomy of survey non-response and its relation to labor market behavior: Published in: The creation and analysis of employer-employee matched data, - Author: Dolton, P., Lindeboom, M Author: Peter Dolton, Maarten Lindeboom, Gerard J. van den Berg. Marc A. Van Audenrode, Ph.D., (born Ma ), is a Managing Principal at Analysis Group, the largest privately held economic consulting firm in the United States, and an adjunct professor at Université de Sherbrooke.

Van Audenrode is an expert on labor economics and specializes in antitrust law, econometrics, and public economics. His research has been. Theeuwes and Kenneth R. Troske (eds.), The Creation and Analysis of Employer-Employee Matched Data, (Amsterdam: North-Holland), Other 1.

Findings from the Labor Force Survey in Sierra Leone (with Nina Rosas, Abubakarr Turay and Samuel Turay), (Washington, D.C., The World Bank Group), 2. John Maron Abowd (born Decem ) is the Associate director for research and methodology and chief scientist of the US Census Bureau, where he serves on leave from his position as the Edmund Ezra Day Professor of Economics, professor of information science, and member of the Department of Statistical Science at Cornell University.

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Edited by John C. Haltiwanger, Julia I. Lane, James R. Spletzer, Jules J.M. Theeuwes, and Kenneth R. Troske. North-Holland Press, Using employer-employee matched data and longitudinal data on the universe of establishments, he estimated the effect of the minimum wage on net job growth and tried to decompose the effect into job creation and destruction by existing establishments.

3 value-added tax (VAT) data from VAT registered firms 4 customs records from traders 5 matched employer-employee panel (SARS-NT Panel) 6 individual panel (matched IRP5/IT3a and ITR12) All the data has been anonymised in line with global best practice.

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Yannis M. Ioannides and Linda D. Loury, "Job Information Networks, Neighborhood Effects and Inequality", Journal of Economic Literature 42 (), Panel Data and Structural Labour Market Models" is the latest volume in a series of four, reporting on the original work of an international group of scholars with research interests in the performance of the labour markets that condition the dynamic labour market experiences of individual workers.This paper exploits longitudinal employer-employee matched data from the U.S.

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