Browsing by Subject "Matching"
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(2001)We study the effects of business start-up costs on employment, in a model with managers, workers and matching. We show that higher start-up costs discourage entrepreneurs and increase the fraction of the population who ...
(2005)It is shown in the context of a new economic geography model that when labor is heterogeneous trade liberalization may lead to industrial agglomeration and inter-regional trade. Labor heterogeneity gives local monopsony ...