Gregoir, Stéphane and Maury, Tristan-Pierre (2018) The Negative and Persistent Impact of Social Housing on Employment. Annals of Economics and Statistics (130). pp. 133-166.

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Identification Number : 10.15609/annaeconstat2009.130.0133


Social renters are known to have lower residential mobility rates and to experience lower supply rates of job opportunities than other tenants. This may have negative and lasting consequences on the labour market. We test whether social housing could be contribute to the dynamics of unemployment. We put forward an original model on the joint dynamics of individual home and labor market positions estimated with UK panel data. We provide evidence of signiÖcant crossed-state dependence e§ects (i.e., the labor market a§ecting home tenure and vice versa).
In the medium term, about 20% of the gap in the probabilities of being employed between initially employed and
unemployed household heads, both private tenants, can be explained by a transition to social housing.

Item Type: Article
Language: English
Date: June 2018
Refereed: Yes
Uncontrolled Keywords: Social housing, unemployment, path analysis, multivariate dynamic logit.
JEL Classification: C33 - Models with Panel Data
C35 - Discrete Regression and Qualitative Choice Models; Discrete Regressors
R23 - Regional Migration; Regional Labor Markets; Population; Neighborhood Characteristics
R31 - Housing Supply and Markets
Divisions: TSE-R (Toulouse)
Site: UT1
Date Deposited: 23 Jul 2019 06:25
Last Modified: 27 Oct 2021 13:37
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