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The Geography of Job Creation and Job Destruction
We document a robust set of facts on spatial differences in unemployment, vacancies, and job filling, finding, and separation rates, and develop a theory of the geography of labor market dynamics.
We study a model where Becker meets Diamond-Mortensen-Pissarides and Bewley-Huggett-Aiyagari.
Jincheng (Eric) Huang
Job Recalls and Worker Flows over the Life Cycle
The introduction of recall options provides a novel mechanism that reconciles the puzzle of a positive comovement between separation and job finding rate over the life cycle.
Justin Franco Lam