English, Article edition: NONPARAMETRIC ESTIMATE OF THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE TIME OF UNEMPLOYMENT Ivana Malá

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  • NONPARAMETRIC ESTIMATE OF THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE TIME OF UNEMPLOYMENT
Author
  • Ivana Malá
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  • In the article the length of unemployment in the Czech Republic is treated. A nonparametric estimate of its survival function is constructed using maximum likelihood estimation for the groups of men and women and both groups are compared. The positive influence of education on the length of unemployment is illustrated. Data describing the unemployed were gathered by the labour force sample survey organized by the Czech Statistical Office in years 2000-2004.
  • nonparametric estimation, censored data, maximum likelihood estimate
  • RePEc:prg:jnlaop:v:2007:y:2007:i:1:id:38:p:57-62
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  • English
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