2001, English, Article edition: Firm Size, Earnings, and Displacement Risk Winter-Ebmer, Rudolf

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  • Firm Size, Earnings, and Displacement Risk
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  • Winter-Ebmer, Rudolf
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  • Oxford University Press
  • 2001-07-01 00:00:00.0
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  • Analogous to the well&​hyphen;documented firm size&​hyphen;wage differential, there also exists a differential in layoff risk according to firm size. Using Austrian data I discuss several reasons for this puzzle, including on&​hyphen;the&​hyphen;job training and workers' heterogeneity. If less stable (and also less able) workers select themselves into small, unstable, and low&​hyphen;paying firms, predicted layoff risk of workers can be used as a proxy for heterogeneity of workers and therefore be included in wage regressions. Doing this, one half of the size earnings premium can be explained.
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