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Study on the determinants of employment duration in the youth-intern project
Park, Sungik; Ryu, Jangsoo; Kim, Jonghan; Cho, Jangsik;
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 Abstract
In general, employment duration is influenced by the individual characteristics (level-1) as well as type of the occupational characteristics (level-2). That is, the data has hierarchical structure in the sense that individual employment duration is influenced by the individual-level variables (level-1) and the job-level (level-2) variables. In this paper, we study the determinants of the employment duration of youth-intern in the SMEs (small and medium enterprises) using Cox's mixed effect model. Major results at level-1 variables are as followings. First, the hazard rate of treatment group is lower than that of control group. Second, the hazard rate of woman is lower than that of man. Also, the hazard rate is lower, for the older and the workers working in the bigger company. Investigation of level-2 variables has shown that random effect for job-level is statistically significant.
 Keywords
Cox's proportional hazard model;hierarchical data structure;mixed effect model;random effect;survival tree analysis;
 Language
Korean
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