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The quit-layoff distinction in a joint wealth maximing approach to labor turnover

Kenneth J. McLaughlin

The quit-layoff distinction in a joint wealth maximing approach to labor turnover

by Kenneth J. McLaughlin

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Statementby Kenneth J. McLaughlin.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 87/282 (H)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationviii, 223 p.
Number of Pages223
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Open LibraryOL2508126M
LC Control Number87893515

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The quit-layoff distinction in a joint wealth maximing approach to labor turnover by Kenneth J. McLaughlin Download PDF EPUB FB2

If the efficient-turnover model of quit-layoff labels applies, then the quit-layoff distinction is economically inconsequential: labor is allo-cated across firms efficiently.

Nevertheless, with the quit-layoff labels applied systematically, behavioral differences are generated.2 The quit or layoff label summarizes the labor market environment rather.

McLaughlin, K. (): The Quit-Layoff Distinction in a Joint Wealth Maximizing Approach to Labour Turnover. Dissertation, Univ. Chicago. Labour turnover is always efficient or joint wealth maximizing. The voluntary/involuntary distinction is inappropriate.

The firm and worker dissolve their match if and only if their total value as separated exceeds the combined value of the match. In this world, potentially inefficient separations results in.

See McLaughlin () who argues that in models where labor turnover is always efficient or joint wealth maximizing, there is no meaningful economic distinction between quits and layoffs.

Yet another approach used in labour economics is to measure match quality using data on job satisfaction or job-related well-being (FreemanAkerlof et al.

Green An important empirical implication from the joint wealth maximization hypothesis is that quit and dismissai rates are independent of the wage rate, holding constant the capital value of the match.

Labor turnover is a process whereby worker-job matches are improved, and the distinction between worker-initiated and employer­.

Employee turnover is a serious problem and the question of how to retain highly talented and valued people is very important. Previous employee turnover studies were mostly focused on the. Rationales for using price-to-book (P/B) ratio in valuation: Book value is a cumulative amount that is usually positive, even when the firm reports a loss and EPS is negative.

Thus, a P/B can typically be used when P/E cannot. Book value is more stable than EPS, so it may be more useful than P/E when EPS is particularly high, low, or volatile. Employers continue to hire until the marginal revenue of the last hire equals his or her wage rate.

This is based on the first labor market theory assumption that: markets are competitive. pay rates reflect all costs of employment. employers seek to maximize profits. In pure competition, a profit-maximizing firm will equate the marginal revenue product of labor with the: Wage rate A firm in a purely competitive product market finds it.

labor market. Efficiency-wage theories suggest that a firm may pay workers more than the market-clearing wage for all of the following reasons except to: A) reduce labor turnover.

B) improve the quality of the firm's labor force. C) increase worker effort. D) reduce the firm's wage bill. Sectoral shifts: A) lead to wage rigidity. Later on, using a new approach of labour mobility based on efficient turnover and flexible wages (Burdett ; Jovanovic ; McLaughlin ; Mortensen ), the distinction quit-layoff was.

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Over time these concepts have evolved, and morality now refers to the totality of accepted behavioral rules and ethics refers to critical reflection. The objective approach is taken primarily in classical political economy, the labor theory of value and the Sraffian revival of classical value theory in the 20th century.

Intrinsic theories hold that the price of goods and services is objectively determined by labor, cost of production, etc., and is not a function of subjective judgment.

This distinction plays a major role in Arendt's () theory of work as a non-utilitarian kind of lasting human achievement, as well as in Freidson, a, Freidson, b, Freidson, view that artistic professions present a challenge to conventional conceptions about vocation and labor.

James B. Rebitzer, Lowell J. Taylor, in Handbook of Labor Economics, Involuntary unemployment and market segmentation. InShapiro and Stiglitz set out an influential “efficiency wage” model that illustrates an important feature of agency models: the actions an individual firm takes to resolve an agency problem can give rise to important social costs when adopted.

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