• Article  

      Macroeconomic adjustment and poverty in selected industrial countries 

      Pissarides, Christopher A. (1991)
      The business cycle affects the incidence of poverty, as shown by evidence from Australia, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Many of the poor in these countries are outside the labor market, and transfers ...
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      On-the-job search. Some empirical evidence from Britain 

      Pissarides, Christopher A.; Wadsworth, Jonathan (1994)
      This paper considers evidence from the Labour Force Survey concerning job search by employed workers. The unconditional probability of observing on-the-job search is decomposed into the product of two constituent probabilities ...
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    • Book Chapter  

      Skill shortages and structural unemployment in Britain: a (mis) matching approach 

      Bean, Charles; Pissarides, Christopher A. (Cambridge University Press, 1991)
      Invokes microeconomic evidence on the nature of British unemployment and its causes, and investigates the thesis that much of its increase during the late 1970s and early 1980s can be attributed to the mismatch of different ...
    • Book chapter  Open Access

      The UK and the World: Environmental Law 

      Hadjiyianni, Ioanna (Kluwer Law International, 2016)
      The EU has over the years engaged in extensive environmental policy action and developed considerable legislation addressing different kinds of environmental problems. The influence of EU environmental law is visible in ...
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      Unemployment and macroeconomics 

      Pissarides, Christopher A. (1989)
      This paper discusses some issues in the theory of unemployment. It proposes a framework for the analysis of unemployment and finally applies the framework to the analysis of the rise in unemployment in Britain after 1979. ...
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      Unemployment and the inter-regional mobility of labour 

      Pissarides, Christopher A.; Wadsworth, Jonathan (1989)
      In this paper we examine the relation between unemployment and the interregional migration of labour. First, the status of a worker affects mobility: an unemployed worker is more likely to move than an employed one. Second, ...