The Great Recession and Job Loss Spillovers : Impact of Tradable Employment Shocks on Supporting Services

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Nguyen, Ha; Rezaei, Shawheen;
(2016)
  • Publisher: World Bank, Washington, DC
  • Subject: OUTPUTS | JOB DESTRUCTION | JOB CREATION | GOVERNMENTS | ACCOUNTING | HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT | SUPPLY | BANK | LABOR ECONOMICS | PAYROLL SERVICES | CREDIT | WORKER | UNEMPLOYMENT RATE | EXOGENOUS SHOCKS | LENDING | ECONOMIC ANALYSIS | BANKS | HUMAN RESOURCES | EMPLOYMENT LEVEL | HUMAN RESOURCE | LABOR | MACROECONOMICS | EFFECTS | UNEMPLOYMENT | SERVICE INDUSTRIES | TOTAL EMPLOYMENT | JOB | FIRM SIZE | INCOME | ACCOUNTING SERVICES | PRODUCTION | HOUSING | POLICIES | PRIMARY SOURCE | INDUSTRY | FACTORIES | AGGREGATE EMPLOYMENT | SERVICE EMPLOYMENT | LAID-OFF WORKERS | LABOR MARKET | PRODUCTIVITY | INTEREST | NATIONAL BANKS | AGGREGATE DEMAND | HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION | PRICES | WORKERS | VALUE | LABOR STATISTICS | MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES | JOB LOSS | JOBS | EXOGENOUS SHOCK | LONG-TERM UNEMPLOYMENT | EMPLOYMENT | SERVICES | TRANSPORT | GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION | EMPLOYMENT EFFECTS | HOUSEHOLD INCOME | WAGES | ECONOMICS | MANAGEMENT | SERVICE SECTORS | INDUSTRIES | EMPLOYMENT RESEARCH | ORGANIZATIONS | JOB LOSSES | INFORMATION | FINANCE
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This paper explores the spillover effects of job losses via input linkages during the Great Recession. Exploiting exogenous variation in tradable employment shocks across U.S. counties, the paper finds that job... View more
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