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Determinants of Vacancies for Management Graduates in Indian Firms

Indian Journal of Industrial Relations

Volume 50 Issue 4

Published: 2015
Author(s) Name: Ashutosh Bishnu Murti & Bino Paul GD | Author(s) Affiliation: School of Management & Labor Studies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
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Abstract

In contrast to the vast literature on unemployment, not much is known about vacancies in developing economies such as India. We observe discernible inter-firm differences in the firm recruitment behavior. We explore the determinants of vacancy in Indian firms among management graduates. Using uni-variate and bi-variate patterns, we fit a model that posits vacancy as a function of year of existence, percent of management graduates, organization type, skill gap and off the job training. Using a probit model, we estimate chances of vacancies as a function of years of existence, percentage of management graduates, organization type, skill-gap and off the job training.

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