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Table 11 Supply elasticity for pre- and post-harvest labor shock robustness results

From: Assessing post-harvest labor shortages, wages, and welfare

Pre-harvest Supply elasticity for pre-harvest labor Commodity Output Price Pre-harvest employment Pre-harvest Post-harvest employment Post-harvest wage
Labor shift in
(Percent change)
2% 2.24 Pome 1.87 2.80 1.85 2.78 2.06 2.63
  Prunus 2.95 2.80 2.93 2.78 3.13 2.63
3.37 Pome 1.98 2.56 1.99 2.56 1.96 2.58
  Prunus 3.21 2.56 3.21 2.56 3.18 2.58
5% 2.24 Pome 0.69 5.30 0.42 5.06 3.09 3.12
  Prunus 0.25 5.27 0.01 5.06 2.62 3.12
3.37 Pome 0.70 5.29 0.43 5.05 3.08 3.12
  Prunus 0.26 5.26 0.03 5.05 2.62 3.12
7% 2.24 Pome − 0.10 6.98 − 0.53 6.59 3.78 3.45
  Prunus − 1.56 6.93 − 1.94 6.59 2.27 3.45
3.37 Pome − 0.16 7.10 − 0.60 6.70 3.83 3.48
  Prunus − 1.69 7.05 − 2.08 6.70 2.24 3.48
11% 2.24 Pome − 1.67 10.32 − 2.43 9.63 5.16 4.11
  Prunus − 5.16 10.24 − 5.83 9.63 1.58 4.11
3.37 Pome − 1.87 10.74 − 2.67 10.01 5.33 4.19
  Prunus − 5.61 10.65 − 6.31 10.01 1.49 4.19
  1. Notes: σ = 1.10, es = 0.73, and 5.4% final demand shock. Supply elasticity of 2.24 is from Rosenbloom (1991) and 3.37 is from Perloff (1991)