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A note on the discouragement effect
Robert L. Sandmeyer and
Larkin B. Warner
, 1970, vol. 23, issue 3, pages 406-413
Industrial and Labor Relations Review Abstract:
Considers the methodological ramifications involved in measuring the discouragement effect in an area such as the Ozarks. Evidence on the discouragement effect; Migration and status shifts possible under the census's labor-force definition; Impact of net migration and labor-force status shifts on labor force and unemployment rates. (Abstract copyright EBSCO.)
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