Accession Number : ADA113094
Title : The Influence of Non-Pecuniary Factors on Labor Supply.
Descriptive Note : Professional paper,
Corporate Author : CENTER FOR NAVAL ANALYSES ALEXANDRIA VA NAVAL STUDIES GROUP
Personal Author(s) : Warner,John T ; Goldberg,Matthew S
PDF Url : ADA113094
Report Date : Dec 1981
Pagination or Media Count : 37
Abstract : This paper has developed and estimated a model of the first-term reenlistment decisions of Navy enlisted personnel. Our results suggest that sea duty exerts a significant influence on the reenlistment supply functions of Navy enlisted personnel. Additional sea duty serves both to reduce the elasticity of the reenlistment supply function and to shift it leftward. Our results have significant implications for the management of the Navy's reenlistment bonus program as well as for other compensation and personnel policies.
Descriptors : *Reenlistment, Decision making, Naval personnel, Enlisted personnel, Statistical data, Tables(Data), Economic analysis, Mathematical models, Estimates, Benefits, Medical services
Subject Categories : Personnel Management and Labor Relations
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE