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The effect of temporary help jobs on employment volatility

Jahn, Elke ; Weber, Enzo


This study investigates the impact of temporary agency employment on employment volatility outside the sector. Making use of econometric volatility models, we find that enhancing numerical flexibility by temporary agency employment decreases employment volatility of incumbent workers. However, not all subgroups are benefitting equally. While prime-age permanent workers gain considerably from ...


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