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Individual consequences of plant closures

Per-Anders Edin

Individual consequences of plant closures

by Per-Anders Edin

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Published by Academiae Ubsaliensis, Distributor, Almqvist & Wiksell International in Uppsala, Stockholm, Sweden .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Sweden
    • Subjects:
    • Plant shutdowns -- Sweden -- Case studies.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      StatementPer-Anders Edin.
      SeriesActa Universitatis Upsaliensis., 15
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB51 .S7 no. 15, HD5708.55.S8 .S7 no. 15
      The Physical Object
      Pagination99 p. ;
      Number of Pages99
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1905358M
      ISBN 109155423345
      LC Control Number90108482

        The book's subtitle, Plant Closings, Community Abandonment and the Dismantling of Basic Industry, signposted that the authors, though both economists, recognized the importance of industrial change for understanding social life. 9 Indeed, the first half of the book was an account of the social impact of closure on individuals, families, and.   The consequences of the GM closure are serious. Cleveland State University’s Center for Economic Development estimates that the plant shutting down will have a .

      Typically, the public still reacts to our fight around a plant closing or a strike as a typical "labor/management" dispute or the demands of a "special interest" group called labor. They don't recognize that although organized labor is on the front line, this is an issue which affects the. plant closure literature to all individuals who lost their job due to plant closure. To our knowledge this is the only existing study of displacement due to plant clo-sure based on all plant closures for a particular year.2 This permits a more general assessment of the impact of .

      What are the consequences of not following the WARN Act? Failure to comply can be costly. An employer who violates the WARN requirements by ordering a plant closing or mass layoff without providing appropriate notice is liable to each eligible employee for an amount including back pay and benefits for the period of violation, up to 60 days.   Since the closure of the SONGS reactor in three nuclear power plants with a total of four reactors were taken out of service in the US in , and another in Many others have been announced up to the end of the decade. These shutdowns are part of a growing trend in the US, and some would say globally, for nuclear power as plant owners and operators struggle to keep them.


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(English) Book (Other academic) Place, publisher, year, edition, pages Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis. Introduction. This open access book examines the economic, social, and psychological consequences of manufacturing plant closure at the individual level.

Using an original data set of over 1, workers from Switzerland who lost their manufacturing jobs after the financial crisis ofthe author analyzes the determinants of reemployment, the sector of reemployment, and the change. This open access book examines the economic, social, and psychological consequences of manufacturing plant closure at the individual level.

Using an original data set of over 1, workers from Switzerland who lost their manufacturing jobs after the financial crisis ofthe author analyzes the determinants of reemployment, the sector of reemployment, and the change in wages over a two.

Janesville was devastated by the closing of the General Motors plant in December Amy Goldstein's book takes us through the five years following the plant closure.

Janesville survived the loss of the plant and all of the supporting industries but it never finally recovered. Specifically, if a plant closing is viewed as a signal of financial distress, a negative impact on firm value should result.

If there is a cash drain effect from delaying the plant closing, the impact on firm value should be more negative for those companies giving sixty days or. (). The impact of factory closure on local communities and economies: the case of the MG Rover Longbridge closure in Birmingham.

Policy Studies: Vol. 29, A TALE OF TWO CITIES – AUTO PLANT CLOSURES AND POLICY RESPONSES IN BIRMINGHAM AND. The following account is excerpted from my book, “Sizing Down: Chronicle of a Plant Closing,” to be published this month.

It details lessons I learned during the process of preparing for a plant closing at the Signetics semiconductor plant in Orem, Utah. Signetics became known as Philips Semiconductors (based in Sunnyvale, California) in A plant closing is the permanent or temporary shutdown of a single employment site or one or more facilities or operating units with a single site, which results in job loss for 50 or more employees (not including those who work fewer than 20 hours per week) during a day period.

Post-displacement non-employment reduces the effect of a layoff by about twenty-five percent among men; the effect of a plant closing on depression among women is also reduced by about ten percent.

5 The purpose of adding wealth and wealth change to our models is to examine the degree to which variation in the effect of displacement form on depression is the result of differences in wealth accumulation across displacement. This open access book examines the economic, social, and psychological consequences of manufacturing plant closure at the individual level.

Using an original data set of over 1, workers from Switzerland who lost their manufacturing jobs after the financial crisis ofthe author analyzes the determinants of reemployment, the sector of reemployment, and the change in wages over a two.

This study considers the contours of the coal transition in the United States from the perspective of local planning responses to coal plant retirements in the U.S.

West. Plant closures in the region affect a diverse set of geographies and have developed in a complex, uncoordinated policy environment. This open access book examines the economic, social, and psychological consequences of manufacturing plant closure at the individual cturer: Springer.

This open access book examines the economic, social, and psychological consequences of manufacturing plant closure at the individual level. Using an original data set of over 1, workers from Switzerland who lost their manufacturing jobs after the.

The closure of the GM plant in Janesville impacted thousands of people, from its workers to community members to Wisconsin politicians, and it's the human consequences that are the focus of a new book by Amy Goldstein, " Janesville: An American Story.". used in previous studies of plant closure have been barely equal to the tasks they have been asked to perform.

Atkins (), Sant (), and Townroe (), for example, analysed closures of only mobile plants. In Atkins's study, embracing the whole of the UK economy, rates of closure between and were analysed for branch plants.

This book examines the economic, social, and psychological consequences of manufacturing plant closure at the individual level. After plant closures, exposed counties experienced a greater increase in opioid overdose mortality rates compared with unexposed counties.

Two years after plant closures, mortality rates were higher in exposed counties. A manufacturing plant closure has many moving parts that all need addressed by various departments and staff members. For example, someone will have the oversee the physical shut down, someone will have to get the building ready for sale or rent, and someone - most likely the HR professional - will have to oversee how to offboard staff is where a great HR-based manufacturing plant.

Plant Closings, Mass Layoffs, and Worker Dislocations: Data Issues In the past two decades, the nature of U.S. industry has changed. Pressured by domestic and international competition, businesses have exhibited a new kind of dynamism and mobility.

Aiming to improve competitiveness, businesses automate. They tighten up, downsize, or decentralize operations. “It’s an unfortunate natural experiment when you have a disintegration of an industry like this through plant closures in that it allows us to understand what the consequences of those.the plant closing, often a healthy sign of growth and change, has become a symptom of a stagnant economy; measures designed to ameliorate the negative impact of plant closures have become less and less well adapted to that end.

Plant closings have a widespread rippling effect, and par.