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Labor Economics Working Papers

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24836: Changing Population In Japan and A Life-Long Active Society To Cope With It
Atsushi Seike
24834: Take-off, Persistence, and Sustainability: The Demographic Factor of Chinese Growth
Lu Yang Cai Fang
24833: Demographic change in the Asian Century: Implications for Australia and the Region
Peter McDonald
23422: Managing International Labor Migration in ASEAN: Themes from a Six-Country Study
Aniceto Orbeta and Kathrina Gonzales
23350: Financial Globalization in Emerging Countries: Diversification vs. Offshoring
Francisco Ceballos, Tatiana Didier and Sergio Schmukler
23349: Internationalization of Tertiary Education Services in Singapore
Mun-Heng Toh
23348: Demographics, Labor Mobility, and Productivity
E. J. Wilson, Kankesu Jayanthakumaran and R. Verma
23325: Coordinating Healthcare and Pension Policies: An Exploratory Study
Azad Singh Bali and Mukul G. Asher
23319: Developing Asia’s Pension Systems and Old-Age Income Support
Donghyun Park and Gemma B. Estrada
23294: What is the Role of Social Pensions in Asia?
Armando Barrientos
23243: Understanding the Impact of the Economic Crisis on Child and Maternal Health among the Poor: Opportunities for South Asia
Azra Abdul Cader and Lakwimashi Perera
23197: Impact of Services Trade Liberalization on Employment and People Movement in South Asia
Rupa Chanda
23048: Heterogeneity in Returns to Work Experience: A Dynamic Model of Female Labor Force Participation
Ken Yamada
23047: Labor Supply Responses to the 1990s Japanese Tax Reforms
Ken Yamada
23037: Skills, Informality, and Development
Dibyendu Maiti and Arup Mitra
23020: Entry Threats, and Inefficiency in ‘Efficient Bargaining’
Rupayan Pal and Bibhas Saha
22997: The unemployment challenge: Labour market policies for the recession
Grant Andrews and Jean-Pierre de Raad
22996: Using Panel Data to Exactly Estimate Income Under-Reporting by the Self Employed
Bonggeun Kim, John Gibson and Chul Chung
22982: Human Capital vs. Physical Capital: A Cross-Country Analysis of Human Development Strategies
Rizwana Siddiqui
22979: Pakistan’s Wage Structure, during 1990-91–2006-07
Irfan Mohammad
22947: Motives and Giving Norms Behind Remittances: The Case of Filipino Overseas Workers and their Recipient HouseholdsÂ
Michael M. Alba and Jessaine Soraya C. Sugui
22928: INFORMAL WAGE AND FORMAL SECTOR PRODUCTIVITY: THEORY AND EVIDENCES FROM INDIA
Dibyendu Maiti and Sugata Marjit
22913: The Employment Potential of Labor Intensive Industries in India’s Organized Manufacturing
Deb Das, Deepika Wadhwa and Gunajit Kalita
22912: Do Labor Intensive Industries Generate Employment? Evidence from firm level survey in India
Deb Das and Gunajit Kalita
22901: How Much Do We Know about the Impact of the Economic Downturn on the Employment of Migrants?
Xin Meng, Tao Sherry Kong and Dandan Zhang
22839: Labor Market Segmentation in Vietnam - survey Evidence
Nguyen Thi Kim Dung, Nguyen Manh Hai, Tran Thi Hanh and Tran Kim Chung
22774: 'Bed and Board' in Lieu of salary: Women and Girl Children Domestics in Post Partition Calcutta (1951-1981)
Deepita Chakravarty and Ishita Chakravarty
22771: Unions Improve Chinese Workers' Welfare
Yang Yao and Ninghua Zhong
22757: Impacts of Current Global Economic Crisis on Asia’s Labor Market
Phu Huynh, Steven Kapsos, Kee Beom Kim and Gyorgy Sziraczki
22588: Determinants of Job Turnover Intentions: Evidence from Singapore
Xiaolin Xing and Zhenlin Yang
22578: SINGAPORE'S BEVERIDGE CURVE: A Comparative Study of the Unemployment and Vacancy Relationship for Selected East Asian Countries
Edward Teo, Shandre M. Thangavelu and Elizabeth Quah
22572: What Determines the Gradient among Children in Developing Countries? Evidence from Indonesia
Cheolsung Park
22546: Causes of Low Secondary School Enrollment in Indonesia
Daniel Suryadarma, Asep Suryahadi and Sudarno Sumarto
22545: The Measurement and Trends of Unemployment in Indonesia: The Issue of Discouraged Workers
Daniel Suryadarma, Asep Suryahadi and Sudarno Sumarto
22535: What Happened to Child Labor in Indonesia during the Economic Crisis: The Trade-off between School and Work
Agus Priyambada, Asep Suryahadi and Sudarno Sumarto
22534: Destined for Destitution: Intergenerational Poverty Persistence in Indonesia
Yus Medina Pakpahan, Daniel Suryadarma and Asep Suryahadi
22516: Female Labour Migration in India: Insights From NSSO Data
K.Shanthi
22511: Export Competitiveness in the Indian auto-component industry: Does Low Wage Cost matter?
Madhuri Saripalle
22485: Future Job Prospects in Singapore
Hian Hoon
22464: Non-market Leadership Experience and Labor Market Success: Evidence From Military Rank
Myoung-jae Lee and Chun Seng Yip
22461: The Labor Market of Italian Politicians
Massimiliano Landi, Antonio Merlo, Vincenzo Galasso and Andrea Mattozzi
22454: Set Inference for Semiparametric Discrete Games
Kyoo il Kim
22453: Higher Order Bias Correcting Moment Equation for M-Estimation and its Higher Order Efficiency
Kyoo il Kim
22452: Semiparametric Estimation of Signaling Games
Kyoo il Kim
22451: Uniform Convergence Rate of the SNP Density Estimator and Testing for Similarity of Two Unknown Densities
Kyoo il Kim
22450: Inefficient Worker Turnover
Nicolas Jacquet
22449: On the Segmentation of Markets
Nicolas Jacquet and Serene Tan
22447: Building Social Trust: A Human Capital Approach
Fali Huang
22446: Employee Screening: Theory and Evidence
Fali Huang and Peter Cappelli
22444: To Trust or to Monitor: A Dynamic Analysis
Fali Huang