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0861 |aFB3-5/2019-33E-PDF
1001 |aGalassi, Gabriela, |eauthor.
24514|aThe intergenerational correlation of employment : |bis there a role for work culture? / |cby Gabriela Galassi, David Koll and Lukas Mayr.
264 1|aOttawa, Ontario, Canada : |bBank of Canada = Banque du Canada, |c2019.
264 4|c©2019
300 |a1 online resource (ii, 47 pages) : |billustrations (chiefly colour).
336 |atext|btxt|2rdacontent
337 |acomputer|bc|2rdamedia
338 |aonline resource|bcr|2rdacarrier
4901 |aBank of Canada staff working paper, |x1701-9397 ; |v2019-33
500 |a"September 2019."
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 24-27).
516 |aElectronic monograph in PDF format.
5203 |a"We document a substantial positive correlation of employment status between mothers and their children in the United States, linking data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1979 (NLSY79) and the NLSY79 Children and Young Adults. After controlling for ability, education and wealth, a one-year increase in a mother’s employment is associated with six weeks more employment of her child on average. The intergenerational transmission of maternal employment is stronger to daughters than to sons, and it is higher for low-educated and low-income mothers. Potential mechanisms we were able to rule out included networks, occupation-specific human capital and conditions within the local labor market. By contrast, we provide suggestive evidence for a role-model channel through which labor force participation is transmitted"--Abstract, page ii.
546 |aIncludes abstracts in English and French.
7001 |aKoll, David, |eauthor.
7001 |aMayr, Lukas, |d1985- |eauthor.
7102 |aBank of Canada.
830#0|aStaff working paper (Bank of Canada)|v2019-33.|w(CaOODSP)9.806221
85640|qPDF|s1.25 MB|uhttps://publications.gc.ca/collections/collection_2019/banque-bank-canada/FB3-5-2019-33-eng.pdf