Observed and unobserved heterogeneity in the duration dependency parameter
We present a generalization of the Weibull duration model, which allows for non-homogenous duration dependence, both with respect to observed and unobserved variables. The model is estimated using unemployment spells of a Danish sample of male workers.
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