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Employment Patterns in OECD Countries

  • Stephen Nickell
  • Luca Nunziata

This paper studies the dynamics of labour demand and the determinants of employment rates across the OECD. We find: (i) labour demand adjusts less rapidly when employment protection is more strict and union density is higher; (ii) there is no evidence that overall job turnover is influenced by employment protection; (iii) union density and coverage are negatively related to employment/population ratios, although this effect can be entirely offset by coordination; (iv) strict employment protection laws are strongly associated with lower employment rates for women and young people but have no impact on the rates for prime age men.

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Paper provided by Centre for Economic Performance, LSE in its series CEP Discussion Papers with number dp0448.

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Handle: RePEc:cep:cepdps:dp0448
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