Modélisation du RMI et trajectoire des allocataires. Une analyse empirique des liens RMI-marché du travail à partir de données individuelles
AbstractThe RMI programme combines an allowance, associated rights, social accompaniments and activation measures. Since its creation in 1988, the operation of the programme has led to distinguish 3 modes of implementation ; minimum welfare, additional wages and unemployment benefit. The variety of its roles comes along with a great diversity of the beneficiaries and their paths. Our analysis builds a framework which permits to evaluate the programme, both in relation to the social protection system and the regulation with the labor market. We use data taken from the DREES inquiry in June 2006 thus retracing the beneficiaries' trajectories over an 18 months period and characterizing the links between them and various institutions. We first describe the different groups and suggest a framework (Chapter 1). Then, we consider the similarities and the differences between the groups (Chapter 2). Next, we analyze their relationships with the labor market and social protection institutions (Chapter 3). At last, we develop their long term trajectories (Chapter 4).
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Poverty; minimum income; labor market; trajectoires.;
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