Michael C. Burda focuses on Labour economics, Unemployment, Demographic economics, Matching and Wage. Michael C. Burda performs integrative study on Labour economics and Stock in his works. His work deals with themes such as Returns to scale and Panel data, Econometrics, which intersect with Unemployment.
His Econometrics research integrates issues from Statistics and Generalized linear model. His Matching research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Endogeneity, Active Labor, Statistical dispersion and Job creation. His study in Wage is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Social insurance and Displaced workers.
His primary scientific interests are in Labour economics, Unemployment, Wage, Demographic economics and Productivity. His biological study deals with issues like Production, which deal with fields such as Paid work. His Unemployment study incorporates themes from Matching, Returns to scale, Microeconomics and Recession.
His work on Efficiency wage as part of general Wage study is frequently linked to Socioeconomic status, bridging the gap between disciplines. Much of his study explores Demographic economics relationship to Negative relationship. His studies in Productivity integrate themes in fields like Convergence, Investment and Distribution.
Michael C. Burda mainly investigates Productivity, Demographic economics, Labour economics, American Time Use Survey and Wage. His Productivity research incorporates elements of Standard of living, Collective bargaining and Convergence. He studies Labour economics, focusing on Wage inequality in particular.
His American Time Use Survey research includes themes of Work effort, Efficiency wage, Unemployment and Racial/ethnic difference, Ethnic group. His studies deal with areas such as Social insurance and Safety net as well as Unemployment. His studies examine the connections between Wage and genetics, as well as such issues in Miracle, with regards to Economic miracle, Moderation and Matching.
His primary areas of study are Productivity, Total factor productivity, Unemployment, Investment and Convergence. His Productivity study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Demographic economics. His work on Solow residual as part of general Total factor productivity research is often related to Observational error and Growth model, thus linking different fields of science.
He has included themes like Business cycle, Labour economics and American Time Use Survey in his Unemployment study. His Labour economics research includes elements of Supply and demand and Supply shock. His work carried out in the field of Investment brings together such families of science as Malmquist index, Capital, Econometrics and Synthetic data.
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Macroeconomics: a European Text
Michael C. Burda;Charles Wyplosz.
Research Papers in Economics (2012)
Gross worker and job flows in Europe
Michael Burda;Charles Wyplosz;Charles Wyplosz.
From Reunification to Economic Integration: Productivity and the Labor Market in Eastern Germany
Michael C. Burda;Jennifer Hunt.
Brookings Papers on Economic Activity (2001)
What Explains the German Labor Market Miracle in the Great Recession
Michael C. Burda;Jennifer Hunt.
National Bureau of Economic Research (2011)
Estimating wage losses of displaced workers in Germany
Michael C Burda;Antje Mertens.
Labour Economics (2001)
Unemployment, labour markets and structural change in Eastern Europe
Economic Policy (1993)
The Determinants of East-West German Migration: Some First Results
Michael C Burda.
Research Papers in Economics (1993)
The role of unions in the twenty-first century: a report for the Fondazione Rodolfo Debenedetti
T. Boeri;A. Brugiavini;L. Calmfors;A.L. Booth.
Research Papers in Economics (2001)
Migration and the Option Value of Waiting
Michael C. Burda.
Research Papers in Economics (1995)
The Distribution of Total Work in the EU and US
Michael C. Burda;Daniel S. Hamermesh;Philippe Weil.
Research Papers in Economics (2006)
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