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La valorisation salariale et professionnelle de la formation en entreprise diffère-t-elle selon le sexe ? : l'exemple canadien

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  • Nathalie Havet

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    (GATE - Groupe d'analyse et de théorie économique - CNRS : UMR5824 - Université Lumière - Lyon II - Ecole Normale Supérieure Lettres et Sciences Humaines)

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L'objet de cet article est d'évaluer la valorisation salariale et professionnelle des formations continues, formelles et informelles, en centrant l'analyse sur les différences entre sexes. Pour ce faire, les données canadiennes de l'Enquête sur le miliau du travail et les employés (EMTE) 1999-2000 sont utilisées. On estime, par maximum de varisemblance simulé, un probit trivarié récursif qui modélise simultanément la probabilité de suivre les différentes formations en entreprise et leur influence sur l'obtention d'une promotion. Les rendements salariaux des formations en entreprise et la rentabilité des promotions sont évalués à l'aide d'équation de salaires où ces variables sont instrumentées.

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Keywords: différences hommes/femmes ; formation professionnelle ; maximum de vraisemblance simulé ; probit multivariée ; promotion;

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  1. Nathalie Havet, 2012. "Les bénéficiaires de la validation des acquis de l'expérience : l'exemple de la Région Rhône-Alpes," Working Papers halshs-00695924, HAL.
  2. Benoit Dostie & Pierre Thomas Léger, 2008. "Une analyse des déterminants de l’incidence et de l’intensité de la formation des travailleurs québécois selon l’âge et comparaison avec l’Ontario," CIRANO Working Papers, CIRANO 2008s-23, CIRANO.

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