By examining the changes in employment following the financial crisis in Taiwan, this study not only gains insights into the generalizability of the findings of previous international studies, but also directly tests whether employee downsizing is an effective way to restructure organizations and enhance performance. More importantly, to address endogeneity, this study employs a treatment effect model with binary probit and multinomial logit specifications. This is an econometric method for investigating strategy effects with an endogenous choice of strategy. I presuppose that by correcting endogenous selection bias, the relationship between employee downsizing and firm performance can be more accurately revealed.
|Effective start/end date||1/08/15 → 31/07/16|
- employee downsizing
- organizational performance
- treatment effect model
- endogenous selection bias
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