Ali Béjaoui
Université du Québec en Outaouais
Supply and demandPopulation ageingTechnological changeMonopsonySociologyBusinessLabour economicsMarket shareAging in the American workforceStudent loanWageRemunerationLoanWorkloadNursing shortagePopulationIncentiveDescriptive statisticsMicrodata (HTML)Welfare economics
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Several studies and media sources often report a labour shortage in the nursing profession. Given this shortage, one might assume that registered nurses (RNs) would have a perspective of maximizing wage income: increase the hourly wage or the number of hours worked. Institutional incentives in place can influence these two components, particularly the hourly wage. However, previous studies of Canadian nurse wages were limited to individual factors and did not take into account contextual factors...
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: This article proposes a critical analysis of the effectiveness of the nurses' labour market by addressing the classic dimensions of a labour market: supply, demand, and the impact of wages. Specifically, this work aims to (1) clarify the various concepts of labour shortage and present the evidence and (2) provide a critical analysis of the literature in terms of the efficiency of the nurses' labour market, while presenting descriptive statistics relevant on the supply and demand of nurses' lab...
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Le prolongement de la vie active des travailleurs âges constitue un defi de taille pour les politiques publiques dans un contexte de vieillissement de la population et de sortie fragile d'une recession. Bien que le Quebec emerge relativement bien de la recession, il demeure que le phenomene de retraite precoce (avant l'âge de 60 ans) demeure alarmant. L'approche moins coercitive adoptee par le Quebec, qui consiste a instaurer la retraite progressive et a introduire des incitatifs pour dissuader ...
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The labour market's ability to adjust to the current demographic shock is a central concern for labour market policies. An aging population could affect the economy's ability to adjust, not only to the aging population shock itself, but also to those associated with the business cycle, international trade and technological changes (Kuhn, 2003). This study contributes to discussions about the ways in which organizations adjust to such an increasingly turbulent environment. Among others, seniority...
#1Ali Béjaoui (UQO: Université du Québec en Outaouais)H-Index: 1
The labour market's ability to adjust to the current demographic shock is a central concern for labour market policies. An aging population could affect the economy's ability to adjust, not only to the aging population shock itself, but also to those associated with the business cycle, international trade and technological changes (Kuhn, 2003). This study contributes to discussions about the ways in which organizations adjust to such an increasingly turbulent environment. Among others, seniority...
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