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Effects of employment protection on worker and job flows

Adriana D. Kugler

Effects of employment protection on worker and job flows

evidence from the 1990 Italian reform

by Adriana D. Kugler

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Employees -- Dismissal of -- Law and legislation -- Italy,
  • Labor laws and legislation -- Economic aspects -- Italy

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAdriana Kugler, Giovanni Pica.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- no. 11658., Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 11658.
    ContributionsPica, Giovanni., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination22 p. :
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17628047M
    OCLC/WorldCa62174742

    ature on employment protection. Most previous research in this area fo-cuses on how employment protection can inhibit a firm from adjusting in response to economic shocks or changes in technology and examines out-comes such as worker mobility and employment levels ðBertola ; Lazear ; Hopenhayn and Rogerson Þ. However, firms may also. Effects of Employment Protection on Job and Worker Flows: Evidence from the Italian Reform, (), Labour Economics, Vol Issue 1, pp. , (with Adriana D. Kugler). Featured in L'Unità (19/02/). Employment advice worker: job description Employment advice workers provide impartial and confidential information, advice, and guidance to individuals about a wide range of employment issues. What do employment advice workers do? National Estimates of Gross Employment and Job Flows from the Quarterly Workforce Indicators with Demographic and Industry Detail, Journal of Econometrics. John Abowd, Francis Kramarz, Sébastien Roux.


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Effects of employment protection on worker and job flows by Adriana D. Kugler Download PDF EPUB FB2

Section 4 describes the Social Security data and presents estimates of the effects of the rise in dismissal costs on worker and job flows in Italy.

Employment protection regulations in Italy. Italy, together with the other Southern European countries, is considered one of the strictest countries in terms of employment protection legislation Cited by: NBER Program(s):Labor Studies, Public Economics This paper uses the Italian Social Security employer-employee panel to study the effects of the Italian reform of on worker and job flows.

We exploit the fact that this reform increased unjust dismissal costs for firms below 15 employees, while leaving dismissal costs unchanged for bigger. Downloadable (with restrictions). This paper uses the Italian Social Security employer-employee panel to study the effects of the Italian reform of on worker and job flows.

We exploit the fact that this reform increased unjust dismissal costs for firms below 15 employees, while leaving dismissal costs unchanged for bigger firms, to set up a natural experiment research design. Get this from a library. Effects of employment protection on worker and job flows: evidence from the Italian reform.

[Adriana D Kugler; Giovanni Pica; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- This paper uses the Italian Social Security employer-employee panel to study the effects of the Italian reform of on worker and job flows.

We exploit the fact that this. Effects of employment protection on worker and job flows: paper uses the Italian Social Security employer-employee panel to study the effects of the Italian reform of on worker and job flows.

We exploit the fact that this reform increased unjust dismissal costs for businesses below 15 employees, while leaving dismissal costs unchanged Cited by: effects of the rise in dismissal costs on worker and job flows in Italy.

Employment protection regulations in Italy Italy, together with the other Southern European countries, is considered one of the strictest countries in terms of employment protection legislation (EPL). For example, a.

Downloadable. This paper uses the Italian Social Security employer-employee panel to study the effects of the Italian reform of on worker and job flows.

We exploit the fact that this reform increased unjust dismissal costs for firms below 15 employees, while leaving dismissal costs unchanged for Effects of employment protection on worker and job flows book firms, to set up a natural experiment research design. Effects of Employment Protection on Worker and Job Flows: Evidence from the Italian Reform∗ This paper uses the Italian Social Security employer-employee panel to study the effects of the Italian reform of on worker and job flows.

We exploit the fact that this reform. Get this from a library. Effects of employment protection on worker and job flows: evidence from the Italian reform. [Adriana D Kugler; Giovanni Pica; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: This paper uses the Italian Social Security employer-employee panel to study the effects of the Italian reform of on worker and job flows.

to examine the effects of employment protection on job flows across a range of countries on both sides of the Atlantic, and both sides of the equator. Background Employment protection has both transfer and cost components.

Theory predicts that inefficient employment protection in the form of firm/worker transfers should have little effect as a. It limits flows from unemployment to employment because firms, when deciding to hire a worker, will realize that they may wish to fire that worker sometime in the future.

The first effect is the more obvious one; indeed, it provides the rationale for employment protection. Kugler, A., Pica, G. "Effects of employment protection on worker and job flows: Evidence from the Italian reform" Labour Economics 15 (): 78– Kugler, A., Saint-Paul, G.

"How do firing costs affect worker flows in a world with adverse selection?". of LaborDismissal Protection and Worker Flows in Small Establishments protection undertaken in Germany and their effects on employment flows.

identifiable on job or worker flows from. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in February NBER Program(s):Program on Children, Economics of Education Program, Labor Studies Program, Public Economics Program. This paper studies the effect of employment protection on worker productivity and firm output in the context of a public school system.

worker turnover, employment, or unemployment, others find no evidence of such effects.2 At the same time, little is known about the effects of economic protection on value added and productivity given the few studies that have examined this issue.

worker effort and/or changes in management practices. Several other studies examine the effects on worker behavior less directly. For example, a related line of research examines the impact of wrongful discharge laws in the United States.7 6 While employment protection should unambiguously reduce job flows, in many models the theoretical impact.

This paper studies the effect of employment protection on worker productivity and firm output in the context of a public school system. Inthe Chicago Public Schools (CPS) and Chicago. Effects of employment protection legislation On the duality of the labour market.

Some economists have claimed that empirical evidence gives support to their theories, according to which EPL leads to a segmentation in the labour market between the so-called insiders, the workers with a protected job, and the outsiders, who are people that are either unemployed or employed with.

Kugler A. D., Pica G. () Effects of employment protection on worker and job flows: Evidence from the Italian reform. Labour Economics 15(1): 78–95 ArticleCited by: Kahn, L.

"Employment protection reforms, employment and the incidence of temporary jobs in Europe: –" Labour Economics 17 (): 1– Kugler, A., Pica, G. "Effects of employment protection on worker and job flows: Evidence from the Italian reform" Labour Economics 15 (): 78– As expected, employment protection is found to reduce job flows.

Similarly, countries with higher unemployment benefits and more co-ordinated wage bargaining systems are Author: Per Skedinger. First, the theoretical discussion emphasizes the employment protection aspect of the ADA, and the empirical results show employment declines only in orafter the ADA was implemented.

Second, matched CPSs are used to assess the importance of composition effects and to look at hiring and firing. Third, we use a number of strategies to.

added to the growing evidence that more stringent legislation reduces job and worker flows and examine a variety of other outcomes. 1 However, little is known about the effects of differential enforcement of employment protection legislation that is not defined by the letter of the law, presumably due to the lack of data.

Fraisse, Kramarz. specific job task analyses to facilitate student and employment matches. • Recruit new participants; provide pre-employment job training, job seeking, job maintenance skill instruction and periodic student evaluations.

• Conduct job site and follow-up visits. • Other related work as required. QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of: 1. effects. Using detailed matched employer-employee data, we apply a difference-in-difference approach to examine how hirings and separations were affected by the change in the employment protection legislation.

Our findings on worker flows indicate heterogeneous effects across different industrial sectors. A salient feature of the results isCited by: 5. firing costs or employment protection – on the operation of labour markets.

Beginning with the seminal work of Lazear (), much research has focused on assessing how dismissal costs affect employment levels. Theory suggests, however, that dismissal costs may have ambiguous effects on employment levels.

Dismissal costs act as a tax on firing. Job flows, worker flows, and the Beveridge curve bargaining power The extent of a person’s advantage in securing a larger share of the economic rents made possible by an interaction.

procyclical Tending to move in the same direction as aggregate output and employment over the business cycle. See also: countercyclical. countercyclical. Employment protection, productivity, wages and jobs in Europe Ana Rincon-Aznar and W.

Siebert February Abstract In this paper, we use industry data for 11 OECD countries over the period to test for productivity, wages and employment effects of employment protection legislation (EPL). A recent OECD study highlighted the fact that those with tertiary education had significantly higher earnings on average than those with less than upper secondary or post-secondary non-tertiary.

the probability of a worker leaving his/her job between periods, but to have no effect on the probability of the worker leaving employment altogether. These findings are consistent with a situation in which the minimum wage reduces quit rates.

The largest turnover effects are found among men and among workers aged File Size: KB. -“Inside the Perpetual-motion Machine: Cross-country Comparable Evidence on Job and Worker Flows at the Industry and Firm Level”, Industrial and Corporate Change, 19(6),- (with ta and ) “Job protection legislation and productivity growth in OECD countries”, Economic Policy, 24(58), Why care about job-to-job flows.

There is an enormous amount of worker reallocation in U.S. economy Hires and separations far exceed net job growth – 1/3 to ½ are movements directly from one job to another. These worker flows are economically interesting: Job change accounts for a significant portion of.

increased use of third parties (temporary employment agencies), growth of various forms of dependent self-employment (like subcontracting and franchising) and also bogus/informal work arrangements (i.e. arrangements deliberately outside the regulatory framework of labour, social protection and other laws).Cited by: job and worker reallocation rates in recent decades, with negative effects on labor market fluidity and perhaps on employment, wages, and productivity as well.

Keywords: Employment Protection Legislation, Employment Reallocation, Gross Job Flows and Firm Entry and Exit. JEL Code: J23, J32, J63 * We thank Pedro Portugal for kindly sharing with us job reallocation data for Portugal.

We also thank Olivier Blanchard for valuable suggestions and Paula Auerbach for her research by: job and worker flows, incorporates job-to-job transitions, and exhibits instances of replacement hiring.

3 We use the model to study how the employment status and wages of individual workers evolve over time and how they are affected by aggregate labor market conditions. A Model of Job and Worker Flows who change place of employment, find or lose a job, or enter or exit the labor force) between dates t−1 and t.

Worker turnover measures the number of labor market transitions, while worker reallocation counts the number of workers who participate in transitions. A worker who. A Model of Job and Worker Flows job and worker flows.5 A situation that arises naturally whenever agents can continue to search while matched, is one in which a matched agent contacts a new potential partner (who may also how to incorporate employment protection policies.

For a special case, Section 5 provides a. THE IMPACT OF EMPLOYMENT PROTECTION LEGISLATION ON THE UNEMPLOYMENT RATE IN SELECTED OECD COUNTRIES Raif Can, M.A.

Thesis Advisor: Gurkan Ay, PhD. ABSTRACT The findings of the existing literature on the relationship between employment protection legislation and the unemployment rate are mixed.

A number of different studies have attempted to estimate the cost to consumers in higher prices per job saved through protectionism. Table 2 shows a sample of results, compiled by economists at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.

Saving a job through protectionism typically costs much more than the actual worker’s salary. 1. An update on the labour market situation. 2. Sharing the pain equally? Wage adjustments during the crisis and recovery. 3. How good is your job? Measuring and assessing job quality. 4. Non-regular employment, job security and the labour market divide.

5. The role of skills in early labour market outcomes and beyond.Organizations should understand that a healthy and stress free worker is a major asset to the organization and should therefore provide welfare services and programmes (Ankita, ).

Armstrong () states that employee welfare programs rest mainly on the abstract ground of social responsibility on organizations for those who work for Size: KB.A large literature has studied the effect of employment protection on the propensity of firms to hire and fire, showing that these effects are important and capable of causing significant inefficiencies.1 Much less is known about the effects of employmentprotection on the behavior of .