On-the-job search and wage dispersion: New evidence from time use data
This paper provides new evidence on time devoted to job search by the employed in the U.S. I find that search effort decreases with the current wage, with an elasticity between −0.7 and −1.3.
The PDF above is a preprint version of the article. The final version may be found at < http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.econlet.2010.08.034 >.
Source: Economics Letters
Mueller, Andreas. "On-the-job search and wage dispersion: New evidence from time use data." Economics Letters 109 (2010): 124-127.