Title:Absenteeism and Employment Protection: three case studies Author(s):ICHINO, Andrea; RIPHAHN, Regina T.Date:2004Citation:
- Swedish Economic Policy Review, 2004, 11, 1, 95-114
Title:The Effect of Employment Protection on Worker Effort. A Comparison of Absenteeism During and After Probation Author(s):ICHINO, Andrea; RIPHAHN, Regina T.Date:2005Citation:
- Journal of the European Economic Association, 2005, 3, 1, 120-143
Title:Gender Wage Gap in Expectations and Realizations Author(s):ICHINO, Andrea; FILIPPIN, AntonioDate:2005Citation:
- Labour Economics, 2005, 12, 1, 125-145
Type:ArticleAbstract:Realized wages are affected by investments and signals concerning productivity, which workers undertake on the basis of expectations on future job prospects. Thus, the gender wage gap is also likely to depend on workers' ...
Title:Work Environment and Individual Background: Explaining Regional Shirking Differential in a Large Italian Firm Author(s):ICHINO, Andrea; MAGGI, GiovanniDate:2000Citation:
- The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2000, 115, 3, 1057-1090
Type:ArticleAbstract:The prevalence of shirking within a large Italian bank appears to be characterized by significant regional differentials. In particular, absenteeism and misconduct episodes are substantially more prevalent in the south. ...
Title:The Long-Run Educational Cost of World War II Author(s):ICHINO, Andrea; WINTER-EBMER, RudolfDate:2004Citation:
- Journal of Labor Economics, 2004, 22, 1, 57-87
Type:ArticleAbstract:An important component of the long-run cost of a war is the loss of human capital suffered by school-age children who receive less education. Austrian and German individuals who were 10 years old during the conflict, or ...
Title:Lower and Upper Bounds of Returns to Schooling: An exercise in IV Estimation with Different Instruments Author(s):ICHINO, Andrea; WINTER-EBMER, RudolfDate:1999Citation:
- European Economic Review, 1999, 43, 4-6, 889-901
Type:ArticleAbstract:Several recent studies based on exogenous' sources of variation in educational outcomes show IV estimates of returns to schooling that are substantially higher than the corresponding OLS estimates. Card (1995a, Earnings, ...
Title:More Equal but Less Mobile?: Education Financing and Intergenerational Mobility in Italy and in the US Author(s):ICHINO, Andrea; CHECCHI, Daniele; RUSTICHINI, AldoDate:1999Citation:
- Journal of Public Economics, 1999, 74, 3, 551-593
Type:ArticleAbstract:A centralised and egalitarian school system reduces the cost of education for poor families, and so it should reduce income inequality and make intergenerational mobility easier. In this paper we provide evidence that ...