Contiguous Duration Dependence and Nonstationarity in Job Search : Some Reduced-Form Estimates
The notion of contiguous duration dependence is defined and illustrated with a simple nonstationary job search model where unemployment spell and accepted job spell durations are stochastically related through reemploymkent earnings. The distribution of both reemployment earnings and accepted job durations are analyzed jointly with completed unemployment duration using parametric and semi-parametric techniques.
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