PTER


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PTER

 Percutaneous transluminal endomyocardial revascularization, see there.
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As mentioned above, each individual in the population can be classified into one of the following five labor force statuses: employed full time (FT), PTER, PTNER, unemployed (U), and OLF.
The change in the stock of PTER can be decomposed into components representing changes in the probabilities of entering and exiting PTER as well as components representing changes in the transition probabilities between the remaining labor force statuses.
First, the transition probability from PTER to FT declined during 2007-09 and has remained low since then.
Counterfactual Exercises with the Transition Probabilities to and from PTER
fix all transition probabilities from PTER (to FT, to PTNER, to U, and to OLF);
fix all transition probabilities to PTER (from FT, from PTNER, from U, and from OLF);
The effect of the counterfactual transition probabilities of exiting PTER on the aggregate stocks is as follows:
PTER (Figure 7, Panel C): If all exits from PTER are fixed at their sample means, the counterfactual share of PTER in 2014 is 0.
FT (Figure 7, Panel A): If the exit from PTER to FT is fixed at its 1994-2014 sample mean, the population share of FT in 2014 increases by 0.
The effect of the counterfactual transition probabilities of entering PTER on the aggregate stocks is as follows:
PTER (Figure 8, Panel C): We observe that if all transition probabilities to PTER are fixed at their sample means, PTER in 2014 is 0.
FT (Figure 8, Panel A): If the transition probability from FT to PTER remains at its 1994-2014 sample mean, the population share of FT in 2014 increases by 0.