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- Higher wages, longer faces. Karmin, M.W. // U.S. News & World Report;3/6/89, Vol. 106 Issue 9, p51
Discusses the tight labor market and resulting wage gains. Economy; Full employment; Unions; Interest rate.
- Targeting nominal income: Further results. Jansen, Dennis W.; Kim, Sun G. // Southern Economic Journal;Jan93, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p385
Determines if nominal income targeting continues to provide the optimal response to both demand and supply disturbances in the case of an interest elastic and wealth elastic labor supply. Modified simple stochastic macroeconomic model; Analysis of stabilization; Wage indexation to price.
- A CROSS-SECTION COMPARISON OF HOW INDIVIDUALS ALLOCATE TIME: 1960 VERSUS 1970. Kraft, Arthur; Kraft, John // Nebraska Journal of Economics & Business;Autumn73, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p51
Estimates a labor supply curve for various people. Details of the model, the family utility function; Role of household activity in the life of each person; Calculation of the standard errors for the preliminary supply equations.
- Labor Markets: Outlook. // Qatar Country Monitor;Nov2011, p7
The article presents an outlook for the labor market of Qatar, in which continued flexibility is expected for the labor supply.
- Economic Structure and Context: Demographics and Labor Markets. // Egypt Country Monitor;Nov2011, p17
The article focuses on the status of demographics and labor markets in Egypt, in which the Egyptian population has reached more than 81 million in 2010 while the labor force is put at 26.2 million in 2010 with a 9% unemployment rate.
- Estimating the welfare cost of tariffs: The roles of leisure and domestic taxes. Rousslang, Donald J.; Tokarick, Stephen P. // Oxford Economic Papers;Jan95, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p83
Examines the use of an applied general equilibrium model to estimate the welfare cost of a uniform United States tariff. Use of four goods model; Sensitivity tests on the compensated labor supply elasticity; Welfare gain produced through the reduction of the consumption of leisure and increase...
- The ups and downs of engineering: Financial data may bear a clue. Allan, Roger // Electronic Design;05/27/97, Vol. 45 Issue 11, p158
Dicusses if there is a shortage of electrical engineers in the United States. Contention the changes in financial market conditions can have a significant effect on engineering supply and demand; Reference made to an article in the `Engineering Manpower Newsletter' written by Robert A. Rivers. ...
- Exogenous Income Uncertainty, Labor and Supply and Saving: A Nonexpected Utility Maximizing Analysis. Ghost, Satyajit // Journal of Business & Economic Studies;Fall98, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p53
Presents information on the development of an analytical model to examine the impact of increased uncertainty regarding future exogenous supplemental income on an individual's labor supply and saving decision. Impact that availability of generous social security benefits can have on an...
- What's holding nursing salaries back? Hyman, Prue // RN;Dec82, Vol. 45 Issue 12, p81
Explains why there is an increase in the salary of nurses despite a high-level of nursing shortage. Key feature of the nursing market; Response of the market for nurses to usual supply and demand economics; Collusion among employers to pay the same or similar wages.