@ARTICLE{18289770_1992,
author = {Miller, Carole F.},
keywords = {equal opportunity, job analysis, labor market, marketing, анализ работы, равные возможности, рынок труда},
title = {Experience and the Decision to Participate in the Labour Market:
Results from a Conditional Logic Model (Опыт и решение о выходе на
рынок труда: результаты, полученные из условной логистической модели) },
journal = {Journal of Economic Studies},
year = {1992},
month = {},
volume = {19},
number = {6},
pages = {},
url = {http://ecsocman.hse.ru/text/18289770/},
publisher = {},
language = {ru},
abstract = {Presents results from cross-section and conditional logit models
estimating the probability of participation by married women. One
version of each specification uses potential experience and the other
a measure of the number of years worked in the market since the age
of 18. A series of cross-section logit models, representing a
threshold analysis of the decision to work in the market, appears to
be inappropriate, when unmeasured characteristics influence the
probability of participation. Hence, reports results from a
conditional logit model controlling for fixed effects. These results
confirm the cross-section findings regarding the limitation of
potential experience. The results suggest that potential experience
reflects the negative effects of ageing on the probability of
participation rather than the positive impact of training or tastes
for market work. },
annote = {Presents results from cross-section and conditional logit models
estimating the probability of participation by married women. One
version of each specification uses potential experience and the other
a measure of the number of years worked in the market since the age
of 18. A series of cross-section logit models, representing a
threshold analysis of the decision to work in the market, appears to
be inappropriate, when unmeasured characteristics influence the
probability of participation. Hence, reports results from a
conditional logit model controlling for fixed effects. These results
confirm the cross-section findings regarding the limitation of
potential experience. The results suggest that potential experience
reflects the negative effects of ageing on the probability of
participation rather than the positive impact of training or tastes
for market work. }
}