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Determinants of On-the-job Search in India: Macro and Micro Evidences


  • Krishna M


  • G.D Bino Paul



The main aim of this paper is to examine two core features of on-the-job search in India. First, based on National Sample Survey (NSS) 66th round unit level data, we identify the factors influencing the decision of the employed to engage in search activity. [LMRF Discussion Paper 14]. URL:[].

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  • Krishna M & G.D Bino Paul, 2012. "Determinants of On-the-job Search in India: Macro and Micro Evidences," Working Papers id:5074, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:5074
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