Wage Losses of Displaced Workers in the 1990s
The large-scale of downsizings of the 1990s has renewed interest in the wage losses of displaced workers. This study uses administrative data to follow 833,004 workers in California between 1989 and 1994, providing estimates of the extent of wage losses associated with the recent downsizings. Patterns of wage loss that are similar to those found in studies using different data for different regions and periods are documented.
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