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La introducción de la Renta Agraria: una evaluación del impacto sobre la oferta de trabajo en Andalucía y Extremadura

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  • José Ignacio García Pérez

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    (Department of Economics, Universidad Pablo de Olavide)

  • David Troncoso Ponce

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    (Department of Economics, Universidad Pablo de Olavide)

Abstract

El objetivo de este trabajo es evaluar el efecto que la introducción de la Renta Agraria, como instrumento de protección por desempleo en el sector agrario, ha tenido sobre la oferta de trabajo en Andalucía y Extremadura en el período comprendido entre 2004 y 2009. Se pretende analizar si la introducción de esta nueva medida ha modificado el comportamiento de la oferta de trabajo afectada por la misma, frente a los trabajadores que siguen percibiendo el antiguo Subsidio Agrario. Para evaluar los posibles efectos provocados por la introducción de dicha política, empleamos la metodología de evaluación causal, estimando el efecto medio del tratamiento (consistente en cobrar Renta Agraria). Nuestros resultados indican claramente que los trabajadores que cobran dicha renta tienen, tras un episodio de cobro, una duración media del desempleo menor, una duración media de los empleos encontrados en el Régimen Especial Agrario mayor y una probabilidad de reemplearse en trabajos agrarios superior, comparado con la correspondiente a individuos que cobran Subsidio Agrario. Sin embargo, la probabilidad de reemplearse en el Régimen General es mayor para estos últimos.

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Paper provided by Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Department of Economics in its series Working Papers with number 11.04.

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Length: 49 pages
Date of creation: May 2011
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Handle: RePEc:pab:wpaper:11.04

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Keywords: desempleo; propensity score matching; evaluación de políticas de prestaciones por desempleo.;

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