Wage and Employment Adjustment in Local Labor Markets
Eberts and Stone create dynamic models of labor supply and demand behavior for metropolitan labor markets. They use these models to simulate wage, employment, and personal income responses to local economic change, including changes brought about by governmental policy.
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