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Municipal labor demand in the presence of uncertainty

Douglas Holtz-Eakin

Municipal labor demand in the presence of uncertainty

an econometric approach

by Douglas Holtz-Eakin

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

    Subjects:
  • Municipal officials and employees -- United States -- Supply and demand -- Econometric models.,
  • Labor demand -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDouglas Holtz-Eakin, Harvey S. Rosen.
    SeriesNBER working papers series -- working paper no. 3516, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 3516.
    ContributionsRosen, Harvey S.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination23 p. :
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22438166M

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Municipal Labor Demand in the Presence of Uncertainty: An Econometric Approach Douglas Holtz-Eakin, Harvey S. Rosen. NBER Working Paper No. (Also Reprint No. r) Issued in November NBER Program(s):Public Economics.

We specify a modem of municipal labor demand when resource flows available to the municipality are not known with. Get this from a library.

Municipal Labor Demand in the Presence of Uncertainty: an Econometric Approach. [Harvey S Rosen; Douglas Holtz-Eakin; National Bureau of Economic Research.;] -- We specify a modem of municipal labor demand when resource flows available to the municipality are not known with certainty.

The model allows us to test the hypothesis that employment. The causes of demand uncertainty may result from inherent qualities of the business and its customer base, or from external factors. Seasonal fluctuations, for example, are a type of inherent uncertainty, although industries that experience seasonal fluctuations can often use records from past years to anticipate and estimate the current seasonal shift.

Uncertainty, Redistribution, and the Labor Market* by Casey B. Mulligan University of Chicago February Abstract Uncertainty and its composition can affect the demand for social insurance, and thereby the labor market.

This paper shows that small to medium-sized increases in uncertainty or risk. The impacts of demand uncertainty in supply chain context has been the subject of many researches (for example, Tominaga et al. [7]), while most of which assumed that no disruption occurs, that is, the supply is continuous.

Mantrala and Raman [8] investigated how the demand uncertainty ff the return policies between a supplier and a retailerFile Size: KB. "Municipal Labor Demand in the Presence of Uncertainty: An Econometric Approach," Journal of Labor Economics, University of Chicago Press, vol.

9(3), pagesJuly. Douglas Holtz-Eakin & Harvey S. Rosen,   Indeed, Risk, Uncertainty and Profit was so central to Robbins’ LSE teaching that early inhe realized the existing supply was insufficient to match student demand at any price that would fit within a student’s budget constraint.

Given that the publisher had ceased further printing of the book, Robbins pleaded with Knight to allow the. Uncertainty and the Labor Market: Mechanisms • “Labor demand”: uncertainty pushes real wages lower – v1.

Reduced investment people who make investment goods have fewer jobs – v1 liberal BOE: attribute entire investment drop – $2k per capita = 4% of GDP – to heightened uncertainty. But 4% drop in labor demand only reduces labor by.

Uncertainty and its composition can affect the demand for social insurance, and thereby the labor market. This paper shows that small to medium-sized increases in uncertainty or risk aversion are enough to recommend an expansion of the safety net that would be broadly similar to the actual safety net expansions in the United States sincewhich significantly Cited by: 9.

Uncertainty and its composition can affect the demand for social insurance, and thereby the labor market. This paper shows that small to medium-sized increases in uncertainty or risk aversion are enough to recommend an expansion of the safety net that would be broadly similar to the actual safety net expansions, which significantly depressed.

We show that age-dependent labor-market uncertainty can partially reconcile the gap between the risky share in the standard model and in the data. In our model, the average risky share is 56%, slightly higher than that in the SCF (47%), but much lower than the value (83%) in the model without age-dependent labor-market uncertainty.

This. market demand fluctuates. Therefore, uncertainty about payoffs arises from the demand-side.2 Related to demand uncertainty, the numerical simulation results in Dixit () and Dixit and Pindyck () show that even small amounts of uncertainty are sufficient to generate considerable hysteresis and depress investment and entry.

Demand Uncertainty and Cost Behavior Rajiv D. Bankery Dmitri Byzalovz Jose M. Plehn-Dujowichx Septem Abstract We investigate analytically and empirically the relationship between demand un-certainty and cost behavior. We argue that with more uncertain demand, unusually high realizations of demand become more Size: KB.

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Journal of Public Economics 14 () ~c:, North-Holland Publishing Company LABOR SUPPLY, UNCERTAINTY, AND EFFICIENT TAXATION Jonathan EATON* Princeton University, Princeton, NJUSA Harvey S.

ROSEN Princeton University and National Bureau of Economic Research, Princeton, NJUSA Received Januaryrevised version Cited by: KODDE, D.

A., "Uncertainty and the Demand for Education," Review of Economics and Statistics 68 (August ), LEVHARI, D. AND Y. WEISS, "The Effect of. Uncertainty in the demand is the most often considered factor, but in many papers it is not the only one.

Usually, models include 2 or 3 uncertainty parameters, with uncertainties related to costs being also frequent in mathematical models. More recently Klibi et al. ()File Size: KB. The Division of Labor, Specialization, and Uncertainty Catherine G.

Barrera Johnson School of Management, Cornell University This Version: Octo Abstract While all sectors of the economy exhibit a division of labor, di erent industries share work among groups in di erent ways.

In particular, the rise of service industries has lead to. The emphasis on incorporating demand uncertainty into the planning decisions is well placed given the fact that effectively meeting customer demand is what primarily drives most supply chain planning initiatives.

In view of this, development of a framework for incorporating demand uncertainty in the midterm planning model is described next. by:   SinceU.S. job vacancies have increased but unemployment has fallen more slowly than in past recoveries.

There is evidence that heightened uncertainty about economic policy has been an important factor behind this change. Increased uncertainty may discourage businesses from filling vacancies, thereby raising unemployment.

An estimate indicates that. Leland H., (Y Theory of the Firm Facing Uncertain Demand u, The American Economic Rev JuneI. Paroush J. & Kahana N., ((Price Uncertainty and .A market is one of the many varieties of systems, institutions, procedures, social relations and infrastructures whereby parties engage in parties may exchange goods and services by barter, most markets rely on sellers offering their goods or services (including labor power) in exchange for money from buyers.

It can be said that a market is the process by .Overall loan demand increased slightly as business lending was up modestly while residential lending was relatively flat. Services firms indicated that revenues grew moderately.

Labor demand strengthened moderately and prices increased at a modest pace. Employment and Wages Labor demand continued to strengthen moderately in recent weeks.