interindustry

interindustry

(ˌɪntərˈɪndəstrɪ)
adj
occurring or existing between two or more industries
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"Individual Heterogeneity and Interindustry Wage Differentials." Journal of Human Resources, Winter 1993, 134-61.
The GRIT technique estimates interindustry flows by applying an employment-based cross-industry location quotient to the corresponding elements of the nati onal matrix.
It can be further confined to a single distribution center if necessary, says Joe Andraski, chairman of the Voluntary Interindustry Commerce Standards association for CPFR and a former vice president at Nabisco.
Using the 1977 wave of the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, Neal (1993) finds no evidence in support of the idea that interindustry differences in monitoring contribute to interindustry wage differentials.
The movements include: 1) the Committee of Mothers and Relatives of the Political Prisoners, Disappeared, and Assassinated of El Salvador"Monsenor Romero" (CO-MADRES); 2) Women for Dignity and Life (DIGNAS) in E1 Salvador; 3) The Women's Regional Council of the National Council of the Urban Popular Movement (CONAMUP) in central Mexico; 4) the Women's Council of the Lazaro Cardenas Ejido Union (UELC) in Nayarit, Mexico; 5) the Rural Women Worker's Movement (MMTR) of Southern Brazil; and 6) the Interindustry Union of Seasonal and Permanent Workers of Santa Maria, Chile.
Our recent research has focused on how technological change influences the retirement decisions of older workers,(1) the skill acquisition of young workers,(2) and the interindustry wage structure.(3) Since data on the rate of technological change faced by workers in their jobs is unavailable in any non-firm-level dataset, we have used industry-level measures of technological change instead.
Subsequent research has largely supported the view that interindustry differentials demonstrate noncompetitive aspects of wage determination, although there is debate over the extent to which unobserved individual heterogeneity might be responsible for measured industry effects as well (Allen 1995; Blackburn and Neumark 1992; Blackburn 1995; Fields and Wolff 1995; Gibbons and Katz 1992; Grey 1993; Keane 1993).
According to Mark Goldstein, AIIP's Interindustry Liaison Committee chair, Dialog extended the offer to associate members defined by AIIP as "any individual who supports the objectives of AIIP and accepts its code of ethics" on a probationary status.
Yet, the more important questions are why such influence occurs and what explains the extent of interindustry variation.
In Section IV, I examine the empirical determinants of interindustry and interfirm job changes, and I present several results that provide strong support for this hypothesis.
Input-Output models take into account the importance of interindustry trade - the buying and selling of intermediate goods.
Cangemi also took steps to ensure that his staff keeps informed, placing them on voluntary interindustry communications standards committees that determine how systems work across the entire retail industry.
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