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A New Labour Force: An econometric analysis of multiple jobholding


  • Constantinos Combos
  • Andrew McKay
  • Peter Wright


In this paper we model multiple jobholding empirically using a specially collected database for the region of Magnesia in Greece. We find that although income plays a major deterministic impact on multiple jobholding, other factors have a determining the final outcome of the individual’s choice. These determining factors can either explain the amount of fixed costs that is involved towards taking up a second job, or the restrictions arising from the individual’s personal and family characteristics.

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  • Constantinos Combos & Andrew McKay & Peter Wright, "undated". "A New Labour Force: An econometric analysis of multiple jobholding," Discussion Papers 07/02, University of Nottingham, School of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:not:notecp:07/02

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