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Common Genes or Exogenous Shock? Disentangling the Causal Effect of Paternal Unemployment on Children's Schooling Efforts

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A shock-effect occurs when a sudden increase in labour costs forces management to improve the efficiency of operations and raise labour productivity. The shock may originate in unionization of the firm's workforce or a legislative change: for example, the introduction of a statutory minimum wage. A shock-effect can occur only if, prior to the shock, management was satisficing; that is, tolerating less than optimal efficiency. [See beneficial constraints, union voice, and X-inefficiency.]

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