Labor markets in turbulent times: some evidence from Mexico
Sangeeta Pratap () and
Erwan Quintin ()
Southwest Economy, 2008, issue Sep, No 5, 10-14
Financial shocks increase the need to shift workers among employers, industries and occupations. These disruptions, in turn, can have adverse impacts on productivity.
Keywords: Developing countries; Labor market; Financial crises; Productivity (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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