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Analyzing taxation and labour market with an AGE model for the Netherlands

G. M. M. Gelauff

Analyzing taxation and labour market with an AGE model for the Netherlands

by G. M. M. Gelauff

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Published by Central Planning Bureau in The Hague, Netherlands .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Netherlands
    • Subjects:
    • Labor supply -- Effect of taxation on -- Netherlands -- Mathematical models.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementG.M.M. Gelauff and J.J. Graafland.
      SeriesResearch memorandum ;, no. 86, Onderzoeksmemorandum ;, no. 86.
      ContributionsGraafland, J. J.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD5792 .G45 1991
      The Physical Object
      Pagination30 p. :
      Number of Pages30
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1777403M
      ISBN 109034626296
      LC Control Number92133020

      Principal labour market theories Labour market theories are scientific contributions trying to explain the functioning, the main characteristics and differences to other markets as well as the causes for unemployment (Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung, ). In the following an easy model of the labour market based on the. experience. This model is the basis of many regression models that is used in labour economics, such as Mincer (). There is an alternative model of the labour market which disagrees with the human capital model which is premised on education enhances productivity and earnings. They believe that education acts as a signal to the employers.

      1) The level of wages that would prevail in a competitive market differ across segments of the labour market; it might be lower for young workers and in some regions. As such, single national minimum wage is an extremely blunt policy tool. the labour market consequences of the cross-border movement of goods, ser-vices and capital and an internationalization of production. The perspectives are different but not mutually exclusive because the different types of move-ments are often linked, albeit not always. The contributions in this book use both perspectives. In the first part, the.

      Dutch Labour Force Survey (LFS) Survey characteristics Purpose. To provide information on the relationship between individuals and the labour market. Characteristics of individual persons are connected to their current or future position on the labour market. Target population. Persons aged 15 years and older in the Netherlands, excluding. Basic concepts of labour market. The total labour force in the economy is the number of people employed plus the number of unemployed. If a household member 16 years of age or older worked for pay for someone else or in his or her own business for 1 or more hours per week is classified as employed.


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