This note is a reference guide for the unemployment template, an econometric tool that allows researchers to analyze and project labor market indicators for any country with sufficient data coverage. Section I explains the motivation behind designing a new surveillance tool to study labor markets, and summarizes the key features of the template. Section II details the data inputs needed and their sources. Section III describes the methods used to estimate the employment-growth elasticity, a measure of the extent to which employment responds to output. Section IV outlines the medium-term outlook table and projection charts created by the template once the inputs are customized to generate an appropriate elasticity. Finally, Section V presents a discussion on how to interpret the results produced by the template, and of the issues that arise from projecting labor market indicators.The labor force projection for the final year in the projection period is used to calculate the cumulative number of people Who Will be ... Going back to the Excel Workbook, the user should go to the aElasticitya tab and enter the coefficients found by Stata, for example: Once the ... 4 Technical Notes and Manuals 12/01 | 2012 justing the forecastfuture elasticity based on the estimated historical elasticity.
|Title||:||A Template for Analyzing and Projecting Labor Market Indicators|
|Author||:||Mr. Ralph Chami|
|Publisher||:||International Monetary Fund - 2013-01-15|