The labor market experience of workers displaced and relocated by plant shutdowns
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Published by Garland Pub. in New York .
Written in English



  • United States


  • General Foods Corporation.,
  • Food industry and trade -- United States -- Employees -- Case studies.,
  • Plant shutdowns -- United States -- Case studies.,
  • Employees -- Relocation -- United States -- Case studies.,
  • Displaced workers -- United States -- Case studies.

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Edition Notes

StatementDavid Bruce Lipsky.
SeriesOutstanding dissertations in economics
LC ClassificationsHD5718.F72 U54 1979
The Physical Object
Pagination417 p. ;
Number of Pages417
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4751888M
ISBN 100824041402
LC Control Number78075062

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The Labor Market Experience of Workers Displaced and Relocated by Plant Shutdowns: The General Foods Case. New York: Garland Publishers. New York: Garland Publishers. Google ScholarAuthor: Mark Tausig, Rudy Fenwick. Labor Market Dynamics and Wage Losses of Displaced Workers in France and the United States Arnaud Lefranc∗ Septem Abstract The objective of this paper is to provide a comparative assessment of the consequences of worker displacement in France and the United States. I estimate wage losses of displaced workers in the two countries. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in January , Revised in June NBER Program(s):Labor Studies. We estimate the magnitudes of reduced earnings, work hours, and wage rates of workers displaced during the Great Recession using linked employer-employee panel Cited by: 2. Request PDF | Macroeconomic Change, Unemployment, and Job Stress | The on-going change from Fordist to post (neo)-Fordist labor markets and job structures is representative of long-term, or.

The displacement rate is the ratio of displaced workers to the stock of employed United States Bureau of Labor Statistics defines displaced workers as people aged 20 years or older who lost or left jobs because: their plant or company closed or moved; there was insufficient work for them; or their position or shift was abolished Author: Hartmut Lehmann. David B. Lipsky Home Address Valley Road Ithaca, NY () Office School of Industrial and Labor Relations Catherwood Library Tower Cornell University Ithaca, NY .   As a result, immigration has been responsible for 40 to 50 percent of the wage depression for workers without a high school degree in recent decades. 15 In an article on the effects of illegal immigration in North Carolina that claimed that it is not proven that illegal workers hurt job opportunities for American workers, data from the state's. In this paper, U.S. data on labor market histories of displaced workers are used to quantify the effect of Unemployment Insurance Compensation (UIC) on both unemployment and employment durations. This results in the first available assessment of the effect that UIC has on the fraction of time spent employed.