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Labour market experiences of workers in plant closures

Labour market experiences of workers in plant closures

a survey of 21 cases.

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Published by Ontario Ministry of Labour in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Canada.
    • Subjects:
    • Plant shutdowns -- Canada.,
    • Unemployed -- Canada.,
    • Labor supply -- Canada.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: leaves 46-47.

      ContributionsOntario. Ministry of Labour.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD5708.55.C2 L33 1984
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 47 leaves, 7 leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages47
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2580187M
      LC Control Number85127569

      This is consistent with the labour market reality of central planning characterised by labour hoarding and maintaining employment regardless of workers’ productivity. When the economic reality changed in , the least productive individuals were the first to be fired, and as our analysis shows, these are also the individuals with lower.   Ireland and the U.K. are the only major markets open for trading on Friday, with the most of Europe closed for the holiday. Health insurance loss: the case of the displaced worker. Increased import penetration, new automation technologies, and structural changes in industry have focused attention on labor market problems faced by dislocated workers in the United by: This is an intuitive conclusion, as those with work experience have both shown basic jobs skills and benefited from human capital investment, such as training, that make them more attractive for further work. With a dramatic downturn in the young adult labor market, fewer young workers are being incorporated into this path.


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This open access book examines the economic, social, and psychological consequences of manufacturing plant closure at the individual level. Using an original data set of over 1, workers from Switzerland who lost their manufacturing jobs after the financial crisis ofthe author analyzes the determinants of reemployment, the sector of reemployment, and the change in wages over a two Cited by: 1.

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[Ontario. Ministry of Labour.;]. Book: Type of review: Editorial review: Title: The plight of older workers: labor market experience after plant Labour market experiences of workers in plant closures book in the Swiss manufacturing sector: Authors: Baumann, Isabel: DOI: /zhaw / Extent: Issue Date: Series: Cited by: 1.

The Plight of Older Workers. Labor Market Experience after Plant Closure in the Swiss Manufacturing Sector. p>This volume examines the economic, social, and psychological consequences of manufacturing plant closure at the individual level.

The Plight of Older Workers: Labor Market Experience after Plant Closure in the Swiss Manufacturing SectorCited by: 1. Much of the recent literature concerned with the impacts of factory closure refers to closures occurring in the s and s and affecting heavy industry – coal, steel and shipbuilding.

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-- This open access book examines the economic, social, and psychological consequences of manufacturing plant closure at the individual level. In Section 5, we decompose our estimates by different levels of potential experience in the labor market.

Cheaper search implies that workers would want to shop around more for a good occupational match. Specific skill is a durable asset, and workers should do this shopping early rather than late in their by: Paid Work Beyond Pension Age, Comparative Perspectives Isabel Baumann The Plight of Older Workers: Labor Market Experience after Plant Closure in the Swiss Manufacturing Sector David Lain.

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workers’ labor market status only 10 months after displacement and the workers. thus had less time to fi nd a job than those in our study before they were surveyed. At the same time, in the Finnish study the unemployment rate is lower but the pro.

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local (and regional) labour market when a sudden influx of relatively skilled workers occurs following plant closure (Dawley, ). In particular, research has shown that redundant workers find work more quickly if the closure happens in a buoyant local labour market (Pinch and Mason, ).

an immediate loss of 32% in earnings of displaced workers where a great portion of the reduction persisted for several years after displacement.

On the other hand, the range of estimates from the studies that analyze the labor market experience of younger workers (aged 20 to 65) is 7 to 15 percent (Couch and Placzek, ).

Hinde, K. () Labour market experiences following plant closures: the case of Sunderland’s shipyard workers, Regional Studies, 28, pp.

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Chapain and A. de Ruyter. standing of plant closure in an automotive city, examining the following: What happened to ex-MG Rover workers after the closure.

What have been the impacts of UK labour market regulation and the current eco-nomic crisis on their subsequent labour market experience. What have been the impacts on the communities where these workers lived in the. This paper shows that when unemployed workers lose some of their skills, the effects of a temporary shock to employment can persist for a long time.

The key mechanism is a thin market externality that reduces the supply of jobs when the duration of unemployment increases. The paper develops an overlapping-generations model of search equilibrium and shows that different patterns of persistence.

Job loss is an involuntary disruptive life event with a far-reaching impact on workers' life trajectories. Its incidence among growing segments of the workforce, alongside the recent era of severe economic upheaval, has increased attention to the effects of job loss and unemployment.

As a relatively exogenous labor market shock, the study of displacement enables robust estimates of. As an additional check, we show that this thick-market effect is present in a sample of displaced workers (in the s) whose job separations were due to plant closings. On the other hand, cheaper search also implies that workers would want to shop around more for a good occupational match.

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Curtain, R. () 'The labour market experience of workers made redundant from the whitegoods industry in Sydney' ANU Centre for Economic Policy Research Discussion Paper Google Scholar Curtain, R. () ' After retrenchment: labour market experiences of women and men ' Australian Journal of Social Issues - Cited by: In this paper, we study data on discrete labor market transitions from Austria.

In particular, we follow the careers of workers who experience a job displacement due to plant closure and observe { over a period of forty quarters { whether these workers manage to return to a steady career path.

To analyse these discrete-valued panel data, we. This open access book examines the economic, social, and psychological consequences of manufacturing plant closure at the individual level.

Using an original data set of over 1, workers from Switzerland who lost their manufacturing jobs after the financial crisis ofthe author analyzes the determinants of reemployment, the sector of reemployment, and the change in wages over a two Brand: Isabel Baumann.

Unionization and plant closure in Canada Tony Fang School of Administrative Studies, Atkinson Faculty, York University John S. Heywood Department of Economics, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Abstract.

This paper examines for the first time the role of unionization as a determinant of plant Cited by: Experience in the labor market, including part-time work, in the first year after school for nonuniversity-bound youth increases the odds of being employed 4 years later compared to participating in nonuniversity study (Marks, ).

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The Plight of Older Workers: Labor Market Experience after Plant Closure in the Swiss Manufacturing Sector (Life Course Research and Social Policies Book 5) by Isabel Baumann Kindle Edition. Economic overview of job displacement. One important characteristic of a labor market is its fluid nature.

As a result of this fluid nature, however, many workers become displaced from their jobs due to a plant closing, a layoff, or the abolition of a job. These individuals are often structurally unemployed.

Company Logo ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences, return to home page. Search Search unfold Service navigation. Isabel Baumann Share this page on twitter. labor market experience after plant closure in the Swiss manufacturing Location: Technikumstra Winterthur,   Labor Market: The labor market refers to the supply and demand for labor, in which employees provide the supply and employers the demand.

Labour market conditions have generally improved for young people in Australia since the Global Financial Crisis (GFC). However, the recovery has been uneven across labour market regions and age groups.

The Government’s main response to youth unemployment is the provision of active labour market programs. Downloadable (with restrictions). The authors provide theoretical and empirical analyses of an asymmetric-information model of layoffs.

When firms have discretion with respect to whom to lay off, the market infers that laid-off workers are of low ability. Assuming that no such negative inference is warranted if workers are displaced in a plant closing, postdisplacement wages should be lower. ADVERTISEMENTS: Important Classification of Labour Market suggested by Clark Ker is explained below: 1.

The perfect market ADVERTISEMENTS: This kind of market is made up of a large number of relatively small and undifferentiated buyers and sellers. There is a complete freedom of entry and exit, complete knowledge and complete mobility of all resources within [ ]. Months After Plant Closed, Many Still Struggling Cindy Starcher, 35, left, is one among the small group of Manchester workers who decided to seek retraining in a new field.

Downloadable. In this paper we provide theoretical and empirical analyses of an asymmetric-information model of layoffs in which the current employer is better informed about its workers' abilities than prospective employers are.

The key feature of the model is that when firms have discretion with respect to whom to lay off, the market infers that laid-off workers are of low by:   We estimate the effects of labor market entry conditions on wages for male individuals first entering the Austrian labor market between and We find a large negative effect of unfavorable entry conditions on starting wages and a sizable negative long-run effect.

Our preferred estimates imply a decrease in starting wages by about % and a lifetime loss in wages of about Cited by:. Pdf images of Holden workers walking away from the plant this week following its closure announcement were the latest reminder the “job Author: Johannes Pieters.Section II shows that this labour market performance was central in the worsening of aggregate inequality and also in dampening the poverty reducing impacts of economic growth.

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