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Air Reserve Forces and the economics of secondary labor market participation

Bernard Rostker

Air Reserve Forces and the economics of secondary labor market participation

by Bernard Rostker

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Published by Rand Corp. in Santa Monica .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • United States. Air Force Reserve.,
    • United States -- Air National Guard.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementBernard Rostker and Robert Shishko.
      SeriesAir Reserve personnel study ; v. 2, [Report] - Rand Corporation ; R-1254-PR
      ContributionsShishko, Robert, joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsAS36 .R3 R-1254, UG853 .R3 R-1254
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 32 p. :
      Number of Pages32
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4484102M
      LC Control Number79312857

      ORGANIZATION This outline represents the primary locations which fall under the control of one of the three numbered Air Forces which make up the Air Force Reserve. These locations may be Air Force Bases, Air Reserve Bases or air stations that could be shared with another branch of the military. There also could be several.   Participation Rate: The participation rate is a measure of the active portion of an economy's labor force. It refers to the number of people who .

        Although the labor market has slowly begun to recover, unemployment remains stubbornly high. The pace at which unemployment comes down over the next two years depends in part on the cyclical recovery of labor force participation and the extent to which that offsets or adds to ongoing structural changes in labor force behavior related to increased school enrollment, access to . The Air Force Reserve is a component of the United States Air Force. It includes most of the same job specialties, and its members wear the same uniforms, hold the same ranks, and share a common culture. However, Air Force Reserve members serve on a part-time basis rather than full-time.

      The level of output that can be achieved and sustained in the future, given the size of the labor force, its expected productivity, and the natural rate of unemployment consistent with the efficient operation of the labor market. Actual output can differ from the economy's potential output. THE LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION RATE The concept of labor force participation divides the population into three groups: employed, unemployed, and out of the labor force. This last group could also be called “nonparticipants” because they are neither working nor searching for market work. The labor force participation rate is a Size: KB.


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Air Reserve Forces and the economics of secondary labor market participation by Bernard Rostker Download PDF EPUB FB2

Air reserve forces personnel study. Air reserve forces and the economics of secondary labor market participation: Responsibility: Bernard Rostker and Robert Shishko. Air Reserve Personnel Study: Vol. II, The Air Reserve Forces and the Economics of Secondary Labor Market Participation Author: Bernard D.

Rostker Subject: Investigates the determinants of the aggregate supply function of moonlighting labor in terms of demographic and market factors.

Created Date: 10/2/ PM. The personnel structure and posture of the Air National Guard and the Air Force Reserve \/ Bernard Rostker. April -- v. The Air Reserve Forces and the economics of secondary labor market participation \/ Bernard Rodtker and Robert Shishko. August -- v.

If these results hold for the Air Reserve Forces, it will be costly to replace draft-induced enlistees with volunteers from the moonlighting labor market. Since the absolute value of the moonlighting wage rate elasticity is greater than the absolute value of the primary wage rate elasticity, there will be some relief if the two increase at the same by: 2.

Examines the reserve personnel system and develops personnel flows. Career airmen appear to be in short supply. About 40 percent of authorized positions are being filled by low-grade airmen.

Non-prior service airmen on their first tour of service constitute about 73 percent of the Air Reserve Force; only 57 percent for the regular Air Force. A person holding two or more jobs is said to be moonlighting, or participating in the secondary labor market.

This study helps to define some general factors associated with moonlighting. It investigates the determinants of the aggregate supply function in terms of demographic and market factors and describes the relationship between primary Cited by: 1. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rostker, Bernard.

Economics of secondary labor market participation. [Santa Monica, Calif., Rand Corp.] The empirical findings are that the long-range effect of ending the draft is to alter economic incentives that previously favored participation in the reserves.

Under present pay and utilization policies the Air Reserve Forces will not be able to staff their units. Bernard D. Rostker and Robert Shishko, Air Reserve Personnel Study: Vnlumegi. The Ali Reserve Forces and the Eciomics of Secondary Labor Market Participation- The Rand Corporation, ; and Robert Shisbko and Bernapi.

Rostker, "The Economics of Multiple Job Holding," AmericanEconomic-Review, LXVI, (June ).,4. Absenteeism as a Mechanism for Approaching an Optimal Labor Market Equilibrium: An Empirical Study. The Air Reserve Forces and the Economics of Secondary Labor August Air Reserve Personnel Study: Volume II.

The Air Reserve Forces and the Economics of Secondary Labor Market Participation. Article. Aug. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

Labor force participation rates are also sensitive to the number of workers who are discouraged or who participate only in the underground economy. Underemployment and labor force participation rates both reveal better than unemployment the higher degree of labor market surplus in Appalachia compared to the United States as a whole.

However there are few studies that analyze the labor market effect of military service. This study takes advantage of male worker's data of 10th KLIPS(Korea Labor & Income Panel Survey) in The Rise and Fall of Labor Force Participation in the U.S. Exchequer Club. Washington, D.C.

Feb. 19, Introduction My topic for today is labor force participation in the U.S. This has been a controversial subject in current macroeconomic discussions, and so. growing national economy and the associated competitive job market has the potential to negatively impact Air Force Reserve recruitment, retention, and participation.

The resulting decrease in available personnel will increase the risks of manpower deficiencies necessary to sustain the commitments as envisioned in the operational reserve construct. Demographic Trends in US Labor Force Participation.

US labor force participation has continued to fall in the wake of the Great Recession. Improvements in the US unemployment rate reflect the fact that more people are falling out of the labor force, not a stronger labor market.

Growth in the labor force is one of two key determinants of the nation’s maximum sustainable, or potential, rate of economic expansion. For more than five decades, a growing labor force provided a sizeable boost to the potential rate of expansion in the U.S.

economy. Labor Force Participation: Recent Developments and Future Prospects. Stephanie Aaronson1, Tomaz Cajner1. Bruce Fallick2, Felix Galbis-Reig1, Christopher Smith 1, and William Wascher1. 1Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.

2Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. September Paper prepared for presentation at the Fall Brookings Panel on Economic Activity, to be presented. Labor Economics, Lectures Search, Matching and Unemployment Daron Acemoglu MIT December 2, 4 and 9, Daron Acemoglu (MIT) Search, Matching, Unemployment December 2, 4 and 9, 1 /.

Labor Markets. The Labor Markets section is responsible for analysis, forecasting, and research regarding U.S. labor markets. Section members are key participants in the preparation of the staff economic and financial outlook that are transmitted to the Federal Open Market Committee prior to each of its eight meetings yearly.Labor Force Participation and Monetary Policy in the Wake of the Great Recession Christopher J.

Erceg and Andrew T. Levin August (rst draft April ) Abstract In this paper, we provide compelling evidence that cyclical factors account for the bulk of the post decline in the U.S.

labor force participation rate. The most recent U.S. recession and recovery have been accompanied by a sharp decline in the labor force participation rate. The largest declines have occurred in states with the largest job losses.

This suggests that some of the recent drop in the national labor force participation rate could be cyclical. Past recoveries show evidence of a similar cyclical relationship between changes in.