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タイトル: Are Job Networks Localized in a Developing Economy? Search Methods for Displaced Workers in Thailand
著者: Machikita, Tomohiro
町北, 朋洋
キーワード: Local Interactions
Job Search Methods
Referrals
Asymmetric Information
Thailand
Unemployment
Labor market
Network
近隣効果
職探し方法
仲介者
非対称情報
タイ
失業
労働市場
ネットワーク
Issue Date: Dec-2006
出版者: Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO
引用: IDE Discussion Paper. No. 84. 2006.12
抄録: Effects of localized personal networks on the choice of search methods are studied in this paper using evidence of displaced workers by establishment closure in Thailand Labor Force Survey, 2001. For the blocks/villages level, there is less significant evidence of local interactions between job-seekers and referrals in developing labor markets. The effects of localized personal networks do not play an important role in the probability of unemployed job-seekers seeking assistance from friends and relatives. Convincing evidence from the data supports the proposition that both self-selection of individual background-like professions and access to large markets determine the choice of job search method.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2344/336
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