Internal and External Labor Markets: A Personnel Economics Approach

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  • . Lazear Paul Oyer Additional information is available for the following author(s): Internal labor markets are those where workers are hired into entry level jobs and higher levels are filled from within.
  • . Wages are determined internally and may be quite free of market pressure.
  • . External labor markets imply that workers move somewhat fluidly between firms and wages are determined by some aggregate process where firms do not have significant discretion over wage setting.
  • . There are a number of theories that lead to internal labor markets.
  • . Using data from Sweden from the late 1980s, it is found that although there is significant evidence of internal promotion being important, a significant external market exists that affects both wage setting and hiring patterns.
  • . Even in Sweden, which most would not choose as the best example of a free labor market, external factors seem to create strong discipline on the ability of firms to set wages.

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  • . Labor Markets and Public Policy.
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  • . Topics include labor force trends and measurement, compensation determination, productivity, internal labor markets, human capital, union wage effects, unemployment, and minority and female labor-market experience.
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  • or You are here: / / / USDA Market Basket Briefing Rooms Food Marketing and Price Spreads: USDA Market Basket —This table provides indexes of retail cost, farm value, the farm-to-retail price spread, along with the farm value share (expressed as a percentage) for the aggregate market basket of farm foods.
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  • The Labor Market Information (LMI) Unit is the central state resource for the collection, analysis, and dissemination of information pertaining to the Rhode Island labor market.
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    Relationship marketing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  • Relationship marketing is a form of that evolved from direct response marketing in the 1960s and emerged in the 1980s, in which emphasis is placed on building longer term relationships with customers rather than on individual transactions.
  • . Contents Development of relationship marketing The origins of relationship marketing observes: "What is surprising is that researchers and businessmen have concentrated far more on how to attract customers to products and services than on how to retain customers".
  • . 1982) and Jag Sheth at Emory, both of whom were early users of the term "relationship marketing", and by marketing theorist Theodore Levitt at Harvard (Levitt, T.
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  • . Globalization, in this course, is taken to mean a greater integration of goods markets, and financial markets.
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