Output Expectations Productivity trends and Employment: The Case of Greek Manufacturing

V. Stavrinos, V. Droucopoulos
European Research Studies Journal, Volume I, Issue 2, 93-122, 1998
EOI: 10.11214/thalassinos.01.02.008

Abstract:

Recent contributions in dynamic analysis of labor demand suggest that employment in manufacturing can be regarded as being dependent on firms output expectations, factor prices, the level of fixed factors, technical progress and the business conditions at large.


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