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This issue reflects these changes with eight papers from North America and Europe . The Labor Supply for Lower Level Occupations.
This issue reflects these changes with eight papers from North America and Europe covering the incidence of licensing, and its effects on wages, inequality, employment, quality of service provision and rent extraction by the organizations who undertake licensing. This study finds that between 1965 and 1981, black women's occupational mobility rose relative to that of white women and white men by about 20% and 24%, respectively, and that more than half of these gains remain even after controlling for pre-existing trends, cyclical economic conditions, education, and factors potentially influencing the labor supply.
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Series: Praeger special studies in . Publisher: Praeger Publishers Inc (April 1975). economic, social, and political issues. Hardcover: 223 pages.
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The labour supply curve for any industry or occupation will be upward sloping
The labour supply curve for any industry or occupation will be upward sloping. This is because, as wages rise, other workers enter this industry attracted by the incentive of higher rewards. They may have moved from other industries or they may not have previously held a job, such as housewives or the unemployed. The extent to which a rise in the prevailing wage or salary in an occupation leads to an expansion in the supply of labour depends on the elasticity of labour supply. Key factors affecting labour supply.
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