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    Title: 勞動參與以及失業之互動 : 加拿大的實證分析
    Other Titles: Labor force participation and unemployment : evidence from Canada
    Authors: 林淑君;Lin, Shu-Jyun
    Contributors: 淡江大學經濟學系碩士班
    萬哲鈺;Wan, Jer-Yuh
    Keywords: 勞動參與率;失業率;附加工作效果;怯志工作效果;失業不變假說;labor force participation;Unemployment;added worker effect;discouraged worker effect;unemployment invariance hypothesis
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 09:47:23 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文以加拿大的總體經濟資料為對象,分析勞動參與率以及失業率兩者的互動關係,藉以討論附加工作效果、怯志工作效果或失業不變假說等,何者存在於加拿大的勞動市場。整體而言,不論是以男性、女性或兩者加總的資料進行分析,實證指出勞動參與率以及失業率間具有長期均衡關係,且隨著失業率改變,勞動參與率會出現反向變化關係,這顯示怯志勞動效果存在於加拿大勞動市場。
    This paper uses Canadian macroeconomic data as research object to analyze the interaction between the labor force participation rates and the unemployment rates. In order to discuss the phenomena of the added worker effect, the discouraged worker effect, and the unemployment invariance hypothesis that, which one exists in Canadian labor market.

    On the whole, regardless of male, female, or both altogether, it has been empirically indicated that there is long-term equilibrium relationship between labor force participation and unemployment rate. Besides, with the changing of unemployment rate, labor force participation rate changes reversely. Therefore, discouraged worker effect exists in Canadian labor market.
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