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La Seguridad Del Empleo En España: Evidencia Con Datos De La Epa (1987-2003)

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  • José María Arranz

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    (Author-Name: Universidad de Alcalá Author-Name Carlos García-Serrano (b)
    Universidad de Alcalá)

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. El objetivo del este artículo es analizar la evolución de la seguridad del empleo en España a lo largo del periodo 1987-2003 utilizando información longitudinal y transversal de la EPA. Los resultados indican que se ha producido un aumento generalizado de la inseguridad en el empleo, a pesar de la reducción detectada a partir de mediados de los años noventa. Los colectivos más afectados por el incremento de la inseguridad son las mujeres, los ocupados del sector privado, aquellos con contrato de naturaleza temporal, los trabajadores en ocupaciones manuales (sobre todo en las menos cualificadas) y en ciertos sectores de actividad económica, como la agricultura y la construcción.

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Paper provided by Instituto de Estudios Fiscales in its series Working Papers with number 5-04 Classification-JEL : J21, J23, J63..

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Keywords: antigüedad en el empleo; inseguridad laboral; movilidad.;

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