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    Title: The Effects of Over-education on Unemployment Duration: Evidence from Taiwan
    Authors: Yen-Ling Lin;Chi-Jung Hsu
    Contributors: 淡江大學經濟學系
    Keywords: Over-education;Unemployment Duration;Duration Model
    Date: 2013-05
    Issue Date: 2013-05-23 15:23:07 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Dubai: Journal of Emerging Issues in Economics, Finance and Banking
    Abstract: This study investigates the effects of educational mismatch on unemployment duration. Although higher education can upgrade personal social status and income, it might lead to the wasting of educational and human resources when highly educated graduates cannot immediately find an appropriate job. We use multiyear cross-sectional data from Taiwan’s Manpower Utilization Survey to examine the effects and identify over-education by using standard deviation. Our empirical results show that with the worsening of the problem of over-educated, the duration of unemployment increased substantially. In addition, the excessive supply of overeducated graduates might crowd out the employment opportunities of undereducated graduates, resulting in longer
    unemployment duration for both.
    Relation: Journal of Emerging Issues in Economics, Finance and Banking 1(5), pp.430-443
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