Educación y Participación Económica de los Jóvenes en Argentina. Un análisis de sus determinantes (2004-2009)
[Education and Youth Economic Participation in Argentina. An analysis of its determinants (2004-2009)]
AbstractThis paper analyzes the determinants of school attendance and labor participation of young people between 15 and 18 years old in Argentina. The empirical analysis is based on bivariate probit models for the period 2004-2009 with data coming from the Permanent Household Survey –INDEC–. The results show the positive impact associated to the presence of a household member in a registered job on both the school attendance and the economic inactivity of youth.
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labor market; youth; education;
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