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Unemployment insurance and unemployment spells
- MEYER
- 1990
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Citation Context ... 2000; Lee, 2000; Hotz, Mullin, and Scholz, 2002; Jurajda and Tannery, 2003), the elasticity of the hazard rate with respect to unemployment benefits is found to be between −0.3 (Lee, 2000) and −0.9 (=-=Meyer, 1990-=-). There is some evidence that the effect is heterogeneous (Grogger, 2002) and diminishing in time (Addison and Portugal, 2004). In Europe, the results are even more mixed. Some studies have found no ... |

232 | Unemployment compensation and labor market transitions: A critical review - Atkinson, Micklewright - 1991 |

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True and spurious duration dependence: The identifiability of the proportional hazard model
- Elbers, Ridder
- 1982
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Citation Context ...v m . (1) Additional crucial assumptions I do is that v is independent of x and has a finite mean (which I normalise to unity). These assumptions allow to indentify λm (τ), β m and distribution of v (=-=Elbers and Ridder, 1982-=-; Heckman and Honoré, 1989; Abbring and van den Berg, 2003). Note that the parametric assumptions about φ(x(T )) and distribution of v are not strictly required for identification. In addition, time-v... |

74 | The Econometric Analysis of Transition Data. Econometrics Society Monographs. - Lancaster - 1990 |

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Identification results for duration models with multiple spells
- Honoré
- 1993
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Citation Context ...v (Heckman and Taber, 1994) or proportionality assumption (Brinch, 2000). Even more, as I observe multiple spells for a certain number of individuals, most of the previous assumptions can be relaxed (=-=Honoré, 1993-=-; Abbring and van den Berg, 2003). However, those assumption simplify the estimation on finite samples. I assume that only one event may occur during an interval, as discussed above. Probability that ... |

62 | The Determinants of Individual Unemployment Durations in an Era of High Unemployment.” The Economic Journal 105:321332 - Arulampalam, Stewart - 1995 |

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How does the benefit effect vary as unemployment spells lengthen
- NARENDRANATHAN, STEWART
- 1993
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Citation Context ...even more mixed. Some studies have found no significant effect at all (Stancanelli, 1999; Puhani, 2000; Bratberg and Vaage, 2000) while according to the others the effect is negative and significant (=-=Narendranathan and Stewart, 1993-=-; Micklewright and Nagy, 1999; Carling, Holmlund, and Vejsiu, 2001; Gonzalo, 2002; Røed and Zhang, 2003). The corresponding elasticity estimates stretch from −0.1 (Arulampalam and Stewart, 1995) to -1... |

39 | Vejsiu (2001), Do Benefit Cuts Boost Job Finding? Swedish Evidence from the 1990s - Carling, Holmlund, et al. |

34 | Does Unemployment Compensation Affect Unemployment Duration? The Economic Journal 113 - Roed, Zhang - 2003 |

33 | 2000): "Extended Benefits and the Duration of UI Spells: Evidence from the New Jersey Extended Benefit Program - Card, Levine |

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Econometric mixture models and more general models for unobservables in duration analysis
- HECKMAN, TABER
- 1994
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Citation Context ...ptions about φ(x(T )) and distribution of v are not strictly required for identification. In addition, time-varying covariates would allow us to drop either the assumption about the finite mean of v (=-=Heckman and Taber, 1994-=-) or proportionality assumption (Brinch, 2000). Even more, as I observe multiple spells for a certain number of individuals, most of the previous assumptions can be relaxed (Honoré, 1993; Abbring and ... |

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time Aggregation and the Distributional Shape of Unemployment Duration
- Bergström, Edin
- 1992
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Citation Context ...f the intervals remains unspecified. Previous research has indicated that this type of models are much more robust with respect to aggregation of duration than the flexible parametric specifications (=-=Bergström and Edin, 1992-=-). Unfortunately, simplifying assumptions are necessary in order to keep a competing risks model tractable. As in Moon (1991), I assume that only one event may occur during a time interval. The assump... |

18 | Living Standards and Incentives in Transition: The Implications of Exhausting UI Entitlement in Hungary
- Micklewright, Nagy
- 1999
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Citation Context ... found no significant effect at all (Stancanelli, 1999; Puhani, 2000; Bratberg and Vaage, 2000) while according to the others the effect is negative and significant (Narendranathan and Stewart, 1993; =-=Micklewright and Nagy, 1999-=-; Carling, Holmlund, and Vejsiu, 2001; Gonzalo, 2002; Røed and Zhang, 2003). The corresponding elasticity estimates stretch from −0.1 (Arulampalam and Stewart, 1995) to -1.6 (Carling, Holmlund, and Ve... |

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Identification of structural duration dependence and unobserved heterogeneity with time-varying covariates”, Memorandum 20/2000,
- Brinch
- 2000
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Citation Context ...ctly required for identification. In addition, time-varying covariates would allow us to drop either the assumption about the finite mean of v (Heckman and Taber, 1994) or proportionality assumption (=-=Brinch, 2000-=-). Even more, as I observe multiple spells for a certain number of individuals, most of the previous assumptions can be relaxed (Honoré, 1993; Abbring and van den Berg, 2003). However, those assumptio... |

12 | 1989]: The identifiability of the competing risks model - Heckman, Honoré |

11 | 2002): "Unemployment Duration, Benefit Duration and the Business Cycle - Bover, Arellano, et al. |

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Poland on the Dole: The Effect of Reducing the Unemployment Benefit Entitlement Period during Transition”,
- Puhani
- 2000
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Citation Context ...eterogeneous (Grogger, 2002) and diminishing in time (Addison and Portugal, 2004). In Europe, the results are even more mixed. Some studies have found no significant effect at all (Stancanelli, 1999; =-=Puhani, 2000-=-; Bratberg and Vaage, 2000) while according to the others the effect is negative and significant (Narendranathan and Stewart, 1993; Micklewright and Nagy, 1999; Carling, Holmlund, and Vejsiu, 2001; Go... |

10 | den Berg (2003): “The identifiability of the mixed proportional hazards competing risks model - Abbring, van |

10 | 2000), “Spell Durations with Long Unemployment Insurance Periods - Bratberg, Vaage |

9 | How Does the Unemployment Insurance System Shape the Time Profile of - Addison, Portugal - 2004 |

6 | 2003): “Unemployment Durations and Extended Unemployment Benefits - Jurajda, Tannery |

3 | A New Look at the UI Effect on Transitions from Unemployment into Wage Employment - Gonzalo - 2002 |

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The Behavioral Effects of Welfare Time
- Grogger
- 2002
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Citation Context ...2003), the elasticity of the hazard rate with respect to unemployment benefits is found to be between −0.3 (Lee, 2000) and −0.9 (Meyer, 1990). There is some evidence that the effect is heterogeneous (=-=Grogger, 2002-=-) and diminishing in time (Addison and Portugal, 2004). In Europe, the results are even more mixed. Some studies have found no significant effect at all (Stancanelli, 1999; Puhani, 2000; Bratberg and ... |

1 | 2004): “Accepting Worse Jobs Quicker: The Effect of Replacement Ratio Reduction on the Unemployed,” Discussion paper - Achdut, Romanov, et al. |

1 | Scholz (2002): “Welfare, Employment, and Income: Evidence on the Effects of Benefit Reductions from California - J, Mullin, et al. |

1 | 2000): “The Impact of Taxing Unemployment - Lee |

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A grouped data semiparametric competing risks models with nonparametric unobserved heterogeneity and mover-stayer structure
- Moon
- 1991
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Citation Context ...nditional probabilities of entering any of the final states. I do not distinguish between origin- and destination-specific hazard rates in the text. I specify the model in grouped duration framework (=-=Moon, 1991-=-). The use of grouped durations is mainly motivated by the data availability (there is no direct daily or weekly information about labour market state). The second reason is that the use of grouped da... |