Skill, Job Design, and the Labor Market under Uncertainty

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Title: Skill, Job Design, and the Labor Market under Uncertainty
Author: Barrera, Catherine Grace
Citation: Barrera, Catherine Grace. 2014. Skill, Job Design, and the Labor Market under Uncertainty. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University.
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Abstract: The labor market matches agents with work, but uncertainty over the type and location of available work reduces the efficiency with which skill can be allocated to its best use. The essays in this dissertation examine the impact of uncertainty on the optimal division of work into jobs and allocation of agents to those jobs using applied economic theory.
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