Self-employment and the predicted earnings differential - evidence from Finland
Edvard Johansson ()
Finnish Economic Papers, 2000, vol. 13, issue 1, 45-55
Using a large Finnish data set, the choice between self-employment and paidemployment is analysed empirically. The model used is a switching regression model with endogenous switching. The main result suggests that the predicted earnings differential between self-employment and paid employment has a positive influence on the probability of being self-employed.
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