Data set on 566 contract strikes in U.S. manufacturing for the period 1968-76. The data has been used by Kennan (1985), Jaggia (1991), and others, and was originally published by the U.S. Department of Labor. Cameron and Trivedi (2005).
A data frame with 566 observations and 2 variables:
duration of the strike, number of days from the start of the strike.
measure of business cycle stage, deviation of monthly log industrial production in manufacturing.
17.2 Duration Models, pp. 574-5, 582
Cameron, A. and Trivedi, P. (2005), "Microeconometrics: Methods and Applications," Cambridge University Press, New York.
Kennan, J. (1985), "The Duration of Contract strikes in U.S. Manufacturing," Journal of Econometrics, 28, 5-28.
Jaggia, S. (1991), "Specification Tests Based on the Heterogeneous Generalized Gamma Model of Duration: With an Application to Kennan's Strike Data," Journal of Applied Econometrics, 6, 169–180.
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