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内生的な労働移動


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Title: 内生的な労働移動
Other Titles: Endogenous Labor Movement
Authors: 島田, 章
Authors (alternative): Shimada, Akira
Issue Date: 25-Sep-2001
Publisher: 長崎大学経済学会
Citation: 経営と経済, 81(2), pp.31-73; 2001
Abstract: In this paper, we deal with endogenous labor movements - internal and international labor movements caused by exogenous entrants of new workers - in a two-country macroeconomic model where each country has primary and secondary labor markets. To investigate the effects of new entrants into the home country's secondary labor market, we assume that internal movement occurs between primary and secondary markets in each country and international movement occurs between secondary markets of both countries due to differentials of expected real consumption wages. We show that an increase of new entrants into the home country's secondary labor market increases its full employment level, even though workers of the home country's secondary labor market are moving to a foreign country's secondary labor market and to its own primary labor market. We also show that the increase of new entrants into the home country's secondary labor market lowers its overall unemployment rate, because the increase in the secondary full employment level is larger than in the primary full employment level.
Keywords: internal and internatinal labor movements / dual labor markets / two-country macroeconomic model
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/29201
ISSN: 02869101
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:Volume 81 No. 2

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/29201

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