The Probability of Leaving Unemployment: The Influence of Duration, Destination and Demographics
This paper examines the influences of a number of demographic characteristics and the duration of unemployment on the probability of leaving unemployment. This probability is found to decrease as the duration of unemployment increases, with married females having the highest probability of exit. Various measures of average completed duration suggest that the longest spells of unemployment are incurred by older males. Some relevant considerations are also explored in the paper. Copyright 1986 by The Economic Society of Australia.
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Volume (Year): 62 (1986)
Issue (Month): 178 (September)
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