Another Look at Unemployment Duration: Long-Term Unemployment and Exit to a Permanent Job
In this paper we study first the determinants of unemployment duration distinguishing between exits to temporary and permanent jobs. Second, we study the determinants of unemployment duration for long-term unemployed, allowing for exits to inactivity or study in addition to exits to employment. We estimate multiple-exit discrete duration models by maximum likelihood and we compare the alternative models and estimation methods.
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