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S. S. 18 Equation 5 is useful for our purposes because it provides a link between variation in the unemployment stock and variation in the constituent flow 18. 5 on a monthly basis in the United States. An implication is that the rate of convergence to flow steady state λt in equation 4 tends to be very high in practice. qxd 8/11/10 12:06 PM 18 Page 18 Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, Spring 2010 Figure 7. Cumulative Changes in Unemployment Inflow and Outflow Rates in Six Recessionsa Log points 80 60 Log change in outflow rate Log change in inflow rate 40 20 2007Q1 2007Q3 2008Q1 2008Q3 2009Q1 2009Q3 2000Q4 2001Q2 2001Q4 2002Q2 2002Q4 2003Q2 1990Q2 1990Q4 1991Q2 1991Q4 1992Q2 1981Q3 1982Q1 1982Q3 1979Q3 1980Q1 1980Q3 1973Q4 1974Q2 1974Q4 1975Q2 0 Source: Authors’ calculations using BLS data.
A. Monthly data. Dotted lines are 90 percent confidence intervals around the fitted regression line. tionship between logarithmic deviations from Hodrick-Prescott-filtered trends of vacancies and of the unemployment rate—the Beveridge curve. The fitted regression line is based on all observations before 2008, and 90 percent confidence intervals are shown. As noted by Shimer (2005), historically there has been a remarkably stable negative association between job openings and the unemployment rate.
26 Figure 11 clarifies this point. It depicts the quit separation rate σq from the JOLTS data along with the quit inflow hazard into unemployment sq derived from the CPS data using the method described in the previous section. At all points in time, workers who quit their previous job face a very low probability of subsequently entering unemployment: pq averages just 16 percent over the sample period. Job-to-job flows drive an important wedge between separations and unemployment inflows due to quits.
Brookings Papers on Economic Activity: Spring 2010 by David H. Romer, Justin Wolfers