Estimating a General Equilibrium Model of Intersectoral Mobility with Aggregate Shocks
A dynamic general equilibrium model of work, schooling, occupational and sectoral decisions is developed and estimated. The model is fit to data on life cycle employment, schooling, occupational and sectoral decisions, and on life cycle labor earnings, within and between cohorts observed in the US between 1968 and 1993. Based on the estimates of the model, the impacts of 1)sector-specific work experience, 2) skill enodowments, and 3) mobility costs on intersectoral mobility are assessed
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