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Estimates of Earnings Losses of Displaced Workers Using California Administrative Data

Publication Abstract

PDF Schoeni, Robert F., and Michael Dardia. 2003. "Estimates of Earnings Losses of Displaced Workers Using California Administrative Data." PSC Research Report No. 03-543. 12 2003.

This study estimates earnings losses of displaced workers using administrative data which tracks 833,004 workers in California between 1989 and 1994. The study finds that earnings losses: i) are 17-25 percent 3-5 years after displacement, ii) are related to the economic conditions at the time of displacement, and iii) vary by firm size, change in industry of employment, and number of subsequent separations.

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