Les effets du revenu de Solidarité active sur les gains du retour à l'emploi
AbstractBased on an extensive survey of local and extra-legal social allowances in thirteen cities (including Paris, Lyon and Marseille) in 2007, we have build a measurement of back to work monetary gains in France for people receiving minimum incomes (rmi and api) according to their family situation. Next, we test what will happen if the rSa replaces the rmi and api, including the effects on local and extra-legal social allowances. We show that the 38 % marginal tax rate selected by the government in his law project is close to the higher rate which could be compatible with his objective of a back to work incentive reform. Classification JEL : I38 J32 R51
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