Replication data for: Reconsidering the Consequences of Worker Displacements: Firm versus Worker Perspective

Aaron Flaaen, Isaac Sorkin & Matthew D. Shapiro
Prior literature has established that displaced workers suffer persistent earnings losses by following workers in administrative data after mass layoffs. This literature assumes that these are involuntary separations owing to economic distress. This paper examines this assumption by matching survey data on worker-supplied reasons for separations with administrative data. Workers exhibit substantially different earnings dynamics in mass layoffs depending on the reason for separation. Using a new methodology to account for the increased separation rates...
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