Theoretical Implications and Empirical Tests of the Job Search Theory
New York: Garland Publishing, 1984.
Hardcover. Very Good- with no dust jacket. Item #4426
Library stamps/marks/labels/pocket, rear panel lightly paint speckled, otherwise light wear. Crisp copy.; "If macroeconomic policy prescriptions are based on the view of unemployment as productive job search it is important that we consider whether a braod class of unemployed workers act as if they were following the predictions of the job search theory, instead of focusing on a small sub-class in which search behavior is expected. ... This dissertation is a careful study of the job search theory -- its historical development, its theoretical predictions for individual labor market activity, and it relevance in analyzing unemployment behavior and labor force participation decisions in the real world." ; Outstanding Dissertations in Economics; Ex-Library; 209 pages.