By Richard B. Freeman, Harry J. Holzer
Lately, the profits of younger blacks have risen considerably relative to these of younger whites, yet their premiums of joblessness have additionally risen to hindrance degrees. The papers during this quantity, drawing at the result of a groundbreaking survey performed by means of the nationwide Bureau of financial study, study the heritage, motives, and lines of this quandary. The findings they record and conclusions they succeed in revise approved motives of black early life unemployment. The participants determine fundamental determinants on either the call for and provide facets of the industry and supply new info on i. Read more...
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Transitions between employment and nonemployment. Borjas, George J. The demographic determinants of the demand for black labor. Bound, John. Appendix. Culp, Jerome, and Bruce H. Dunson. Brothers of a different color: A preliminary look at employer treatment of white and black youth. Datcher-Loury, Linda, and Glenn C. Loury. The effects of attitudes and aspirations on the labor supply of young men. Ellwood, David T. The spatial mismatch hypothesis: Are there teenage jobs missing in the ghetto? Ferguson, Ronald, and Randall Filer.
Sample weights are used in all calculations using the NLS. In the NBER Survey, sample sizes are 475 for employed and 821 for nonernployed young blacks. Reservation wages in the NLS are defined only for those who sought employment in the past month or intended to seek it in the next year. Wages received in both surveys are for those who were employed in the past year. ” In the last question, the same wage rates were used as those in the question in the preceding paragraph. Although one might expect the 30-minute travel time designated in the earlier question or the stipulation of “having to get a job right now” in the latter to bias the responses in different ways, the responses were generally quite similar.
Among those who intended to seek work in the coming year. The reported reservation wage is therefore the “job sought,” where that job was allowed to vary across individuals. The responses were also open-ended: Respondents could state any wage rate they wished instead of answering “yes” or “no” to specific rates listed in the 6urvey. The questions were asked of both the employed and the nonemployed who were seeking work or who intended to seek work that year, and the questions were asked in both the 1979 and 1980 surveys.