By S. W. Polachek, Solomon Polachek
The sequence learn in hard work Economics all started in 1977 by way of Ronald Ehrenberg and JAI Press. Solomon Polachek has been editor due to the fact that 1995. because 2006, the sequence has benefited from affiliating with the Institute for the examine of work (IZA) and was once prolonged to 2 volumes in keeping with 12 months. the 1st quantity is still within the culture of the sequence with empirical and theoretical papers in hard work economics. the second one quantity, that is edited through the Institute of the learn of work (IZA) is extra policy-oriented, within the spirit of IZA's specialize in coverage facets of work economics.
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The findings are broadly supportive of the baseline model and the model also rationalizes what already is known about the occupational distribution and educational attainment of independent contractors and the self-employed. Section 4 of the paper considers other explanations of the incidence of non-traditional work arrangements. These include a desire to reduce fringe benefits, demand and staffing uncertainty, wanting to avoid lawsuits for wrongful termination, a desire to protect a reputation for not laying-off employees, credit constraints, and worker desire for flexibility.
They also have higher average hourly earnings. The remaining self-employed have very similar demographics to independent contractors. 26 Table 2 shows the breakdown of workers by occupation and industry for each category. Regarding the occupational distribution, independent contractors are much more heavily concentrated in managerial, sales, and precision production occupations, somewhat more in professional occupations, and much less in administrative/clerical and operative/laborer than the labor force as a whole.
4) The greater the importance of investment by workers (firms) and the greater its complementarity with work routine design, the higher the probability of independent contractors (employees). 3. AN OVERVIEW AND SOME EVIDENCE Part A of this section an overview of the incidence of independent contractors and the self-employed in general. Part B considers evidence regarding the baseline model. 1. Overview The main data sources utilized here are the February 1995 and February 1997 Current Population Survey (CPS) Contingent Work/Alternative Work Arrangement supplements.
Accounting for Worker Well-Being, Volume 23 by S. W. Polachek, Solomon Polachek