Analysis of separation pay options
Viltz, Damian K.
Mutty, John E.
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As the demand for and supply of skills in the Navy changes, the Navy needs the flexibility to shape the force as appropriate. This flexibility may include the need to reduce the number of personnel in some subspecialties. The question the Navy faces is how to shape the force in the most efficient means possible. This project analyzes the costs and benefits of various options for voluntarily separating members from the Navy. Drawing on recent market design research, it tests alternative force shaping policies and recommends a mechanism that can increase force shaping flexibility and efficiency.
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