Interstate differences in insured unemployment: some recent evidence
Peter Matthews (),
Ivan Kandilov and
Applied Economics Letters, 2002, vol. 9, issue 14, 945-948
Recent panel data is used to reconsider the determinants of interstate differences in the ratio of insured to total unemployment. It is concluded that previous research on the influence of replacement rates, duration of jobless spells and female labour force participation is robust, but it is found that political affiliations and attitudes could be more important, and unionization rates less important, than once believed.
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