|Type||Journal Article - Journal of Population Economics|
|Title||Wages, employment and economic shocks: Evidence from Indonesia|
After over a quarter century of sustained economic growth, Indonesia was struck by a large and unanticipated crisis at the end of the 20th Century. Real GDP declined by about 12% in 1998. Using 13 years of annual labor force data in conjunction with two waves of a household panel, the Indonesia Family Life Survey (IFLS), this paper examines the impact of the crisis on labor market outcomes.
|»||Indonesia - Family Life Survey 1993|
|»||Indonesia - Family Life Survey 1997|