Accounting for the jobless recoveries
Paul Gomme ()
Economic Commentary, 2005, issue Aug
Much has been made of the so-called jobless recovery of the past two business cycles—that is, their atypically weak employment growth early in the expansion phase. This Commentary examines the factors that account for this behavior, focusing on two key measures: the probabilities of job finding and job separation.
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