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Work sharing with Market --Resolving high unemployment


  • Yan Jun


The enterprise where work sharing is carried out can achieve corresponding unemployment benefits. The efficiency wage theory considers that unemployment rate may increase productivity, But after the productivity reaches 100%, the productivity is still 100% when the unemployment rate arises again. Therefore, dropping the unemployment rate to the point a [fig(1)] will not lose the productivity through the work sharing. The unemployment benefits achieved by the unemployed men set time limit. The part which exceeds time-limit can be taken as reduction of enterprises taxes. Staff and works of work sharing may do second job but the enterprise where second work be done can't achieve the unemployment benefits ,so unemployment insurance ( system) will be changed primary income ensure(system).

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  • Yan Jun, 2005. "Work sharing with Market --Resolving high unemployment," Macroeconomics 0501017, EconWPA.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpma:0501017
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