Central Bank Research Hub - JEL classification J64: Unemployment: Models, Duration, Incidence, and Job Search

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Network Search: Climbing the Job Ladder Faster

St Louis Fed Working Papers [View] (Paper: 2016-009, 19.05.2016)

JEL: D83, D85, E24, J31, J64

The rise of the added worker effect

Deutsche Bundesbank Discussion Papers [View] (Paper: 10/2016, 25.04.2016)

JEL: E24, J12, J64

The Limited Macroeconomic Effects of Unemployment Benefit Extensions

Minneapolis Fed Working Papers [View] (Paper: 733, 12.04.2016)

JEL: E24, E62, J64, J65

Worker Flows and Job Flows: A Quantitative Investigation

Philadelphia Fed Working Papers [View] (Paper: 16-03, 01.02.2016)

JEL: E24, E32, J63, J64

Okun's Law and Potential Output

Reserve Bank of Australia Research Discussion Papers [View] (Paper: RDP2015-14, 07.12.2015)

JEL: E24, E27, J64

Long-Term Unemployment: Attached and Mismatched?

St Louis Fed Working Papers [View] (Paper: 2015-042, 02.12.2015)

JEL: E24, E32, J24, J64

The Blighted Youth: The Impact of Recessions and Policies on Life-Cycle Unemployment

Bank of Mexico Working Papers [View] (Paper: 2015-22, 28.11.2015)

JEL: E24, E32, J63, J64

What drives the labour wedge? A comparison between CEE countries and the Euro Area

National Bank of Poland Working papers [View] (Paper: 220, 04.11.2015)

JEL: E32, J64

Comparisons and contrasts of the impact of the crisis on euro area labour markets

European Central Bank Occasional papers [View] (Paper: 159, 05.10.2015)

JEL: E24, J08, J21, J23, J30, J61, J64


Inflation Targeting and Economic Reforms in New Zealand

IJCB International Journal of Central Banking [View] (Paper: 15q4a4, 01.09.2015)

JEL: E24, E32, E52, F16, F41, J64

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