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%0 Journal Article
%J Applied Economics
%V 45
%N 6
%F X 132
%A Rubb, Stephen
%T Overeducation, undereducation and asymmetric information in occupational mobility
%D 2013
%P S. 741-751
%G en
%# A 1998; E 2001
%@ ISSN 0003-6846
%@ ISSN 1466-4283
%R 10.1080/00036846.2011.610754
%X "Due to short-term asymmetric information, overeducated and undereducated workers are shown to have different optimal strategies in seeking upward occupational mobility into their next positions. Undereducated workers typically have other human capital strengths, but these strengths are not marketable to outsiders. Overeducated workers typically have other human capital weaknesses that are not apparent to outsiders while their excess schooling is marketable in labour markets with dynamic asymmetric information. This article presents empirical evidence showing that job tenure increases the probability of upward occupational mobility more if individuals are undereducated. Moreover, the probability of finding upward occupational mobility is increased by overeducated workers engaging in firm switching. This article also validates prior empirical studies finding overeducated workers more likely to self report engaging in firm switching activities and more likely to experience upward occupational mobility than others." (Author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))
%K berufliche Qualifikation
%K Hochqualifizierte
%K Höherqualifizierung
%K Niedrigqualifizierte
%K Unterqualifikation
%K Arbeitsplatzwechsel
%K Arbeitsuche
%K geschlechtsspezifische Faktoren
%K Mobilitätsbereitschaft
%K Arbeitsplatzverlagerung
%K berufliche Mobilität
%K innerbetriebliche Mobilität
%K zwischenbetriebliche Mobilität
%K Überqualifikation
%K beruflicher Aufstieg
%K J31
%K J60
%Z Typ: 1. SSCI-Journals
%Z fertig: 2011-10-31
%M k111017n22
%~ LitDokAB
%W IAB, SB Dokumentation und Bibliothek


%0 Book
%1 CESifo GmbH, München (Hrsg.)
%A Cockx, Bart
%A Picchio, Matteo
%T Scarring effects of remaining unemployed for long-term unemployed school-leavers
%D 2011
%P 36 S.
%C München
%G en
%# A 1998; E 2002
%B CESifo working paper : 3565
%X "This study investigates whether and to what extent further unemployment experience for youths who are already long-term unemployed imposes a penalty on subsequent labor market outcomes. We propose a flexible method for analyzing the effect on wages aside of transitions from unemployment and employment within a multivariate duration model that controls for selection on observables and unobservables. We find that prolonging unemployment drastically decreases the chances of finding employment, but hardly affects the quality of subsequent employment. The analysis suggests that negative duration dependence in the job finding rate is induced by negative signaling and not by human capital depreciation." (Author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))
%K Arbeitslosigkeit
%K Langzeitarbeitslosigkeit
%K Schulabgänger
%K arbeitslose Jugendliche
%K Arbeitsmarktchancen
%K Arbeitslosigkeitsdauer
%K Lohn
%K Lohnstruktur
%K Humankapital
%K unterwertige Beschäftigung
%K geschlechtsspezifische Faktoren
%K Belgien
%K C330
%K C410
%K J620
%K J640
%Z Typ: 4. Arbeitspapiere/Discussion Paper
%Z fertig: 2011-10-12
%M k110908r27
%~ LitDokAB
%W IAB, SB Dokumentation und Bibliothek

%0 Book
%1 Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs (Hrsg.)
%A Quintini, Glenda
%T Right for the job : over-qualified or under-skilled?
%D 2011
%P 66 S.
%C Paris
%G en
%B OECD social, employment and migration working papers : 120
%R 10.1787/5kg59fcz3tkd-en
%X "Ensuring a good match between skills acquired in education and on the job and those required in the labour market is essential to make the most of investments in human capital and promote strong and inclusive growth. Unfortunately, in the OECD on average, about one in four workers are over-qualified - i.e. they possess higher qualifications than those required by their job - and just over one in five are under-qualified - i.e. they possess lower qualifications than those required by their job. In addition, some socio-demographic groups are more likely than others to be over-qualified - notably, immigrants and new labour market entrants who take some time to sort themselves into appropriate jobs - or under-qualified - notably, experienced workers lacking a formal qualification for the skills acquired on the labour market..." (Author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))
%K Arbeitsmarkt
%K berufliche Qualifikation
%K Qualifikationsniveau
%K Überqualifikation
%K Unterqualifikation
%K Arbeitsmarktgleichgewicht
%K Chancengleichheit
%K Bildungschancengleichheit
%K Ungleichheit
%K Qualifikationsanforderungen
%K Qualifikationswandel
%K Qualifikationsanpassung
%K mismatch - internationaler Vergleich
%K Humankapitalansatz
%K adäquate Beschäftigung
%K unterwertige Beschäftigung
%Z Typ: 4. Arbeitspapiere/Discussion Paper
%Z fertig: 2011-10-24
%M k111004r07
%~ LitDokAB
%W IAB, SB Dokumentation und Bibliothek

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