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Determinants of labor demand in Argentina

Carola Pessino

Determinants of labor demand in Argentina

estimating the benefits of labor policy reform

by Carola Pessino

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Published by C.E.M.A. in Capital Federal [i.e. Buenos Aires, Argentina] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Labor demand -- Argentina.,
  • Labor policy -- Argentina.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 27).

    StatementCarola Pessino and Indermit S. Gill.
    SeriesSerie Documentos de trabajo -- no. 114, Serie Documentos de trabajo (Centro de Estudios Macroeconómicos de Argentina) -- no. 114.
    ContributionsGill, Indermit Singh, 1961-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD5749 .P475 1996
    The Physical Object
    Pagination37 p. :
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18648844M

    (Routt, ) This lose in so many human lives shifted the ready supply of labor. Even though the demand for labor was less due to this same loss of life, it was still higher than the ready supply of labor. This shift to demand being higher than the supply meant that a person could charge more for their labors. If more labor is needed per machinery, labor demand will increase, otherwise, labor demand will decrease as machine replaces human labor. Investment in human capital, such as training and education, can increase productivity, too. Therefore, high skill workers face a higher demand than low skill workers. Supply of Labor. The main determinant of.

    Determinants of demand are factors that cause the demand curve to shift. Changes in the demand will make the demand curve shift either positively or negatively. Understanding the factors that affect demand and the correlation is essential as it helps you to . **demand** | all of the quantities of a good or service that buyers would be willing and able to buy at all possible prices; demand is represented graphically as the entire demand curve. **demand schedule** | a table describing all of the quantities of a good or service; the demand schedule is the data on price and quantities demanded that can be used to create a demand curve. **demand curve.

    Determinants of Labor Demand in Colombia: Mauricio Cardenas, Raquel Bernal. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in November NBER Program(s):Labor Studies Colombia's unemployment rate rose to 20% during the late s from less than 8% in DETERMINANTS AND IMPACT ON HOUSEHOLD WELFARE Abebe Fikre Kassa44 Abstract prevailing situation in countries around the world is instead the demand for labor is less than the supply due to the higher than equilibrium wage rate and hence there is an excess supply of labor. This gap between the supply and the demand for labor is.


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