The shadow labor supply and its implications for the unemployment rate
Troy Davig () and
Jose Mustre-del-Rio ()
Macro Bulletin, 2013, 1-2
The number of people wanting work, but not looking for a job, has swelled in recent years. However, their flow rate back into unemployment has been declining, so they will likely only have a modest impact on the unemployment rate.
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