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La eficiencia de los servicios públicos de empleo en España en un escenario descentralizado: un análisis desde la perspectiva de la oferta/Efficiency of Public Employment Services in Spain in a Decentralized Framework: An Analysis from the Supply Side

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  • SUÁREZ CANO, PATRICIA

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    (Departamento de Economía Aplicada, UNIVERSIDAD DE OVIEDO, ESPAÑA.)

  • MAYOR FERNÁNDEZ, MATÍAS

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    (Departamento de Economía Aplicada, Universidad de Oviedo Campus del Cristo s/n, 33006 Oviedo)

  • CUETO IGLESIAS, BEGOÑA

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    (Departamento de Economía Aplicada. UNIVERSIDAD DE OVIEDO. Avda. del Cristo, s/n, 33006, Oviedo)

Abstract

El principal objetivo del artículo es llevar a cabo un análisis del papel de los Servicios Públicos de Empleo (SPE) en el mercado de trabajo español. Para ello se realiza un análisis a nivel provincial que incorpora diferentes aspectos espaciales así como la estructura descentralizada de las políticas activas de empleo y la existencia de Servicios Públicos de Empleo autonómicos. La teoría económica señala que, teniendo en cuenta que el objetivo de los Servicios Públicos de Empleo no es tener una alta cuota de mercado en el mercado de trabajo, ésta es mayor en aquellas regiones en las que los mercados de trabajo son menos dinámicos. The article aims to study the role of Public Employment Services (PES) in the Spanish labor market. In order to achieve such an aim, there has been carried out a provincial-level analysis that incorporates several spatial aspects, the decentralization of active labor market policies and the existence of PES dependent on the autonomous communities. Economic theory indicates that the market share of PES is higher in those regions in which the labor market is less dynamic.

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Volume (Year): 30 (2012)
Issue (Month): (Agosto)
Pages: 757 (22 pag)

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Keywords: Servicios públicos de empleo; descentralización; autocorrelación espacial. ; Public Employment Services; Decentralization; Spatial Autocorrelation.;

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