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Les quartiers influencent-ils la reussite a long terme sur le marche du travail? : comparaison des adultes qui ont grandi dans des ensembles de logements publics differents

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  • Oreopoulos, Philip

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Mon propos sera d'examiner si les resultats obtenus a long terme sur le marche du travail dependent du milieu d'habitation des adultes qui ont grandi dans des logements subventionnes a Toronto. Le programme torontois de logement offre tout l'eventail de qualite des quartiers pour une mesure des differences de resultats. Il nous donne un exemple bien concret de reforme possible a grande echelle de la qualite des quartiers. Un grand avantage avec une telle optique est que, si on participe a un programme de logement public, on est grandement restreint dans le choix d'un logement. Les familles qui ont demande un logement public ne pouvaient indiquer dans quel ensemble elles auraient desire habiter et devaient se limiter a ce qui etait disponible au moment de leur demande selon le nombre de leurs membres. Contrairement a ce qui s'est fait dans les etudes anterieures de mobilite dans le domaine de l'habitation, nous nous reportons aux dossiers administratifs disponibles du fisc pour mesurer les resultats a court terme comme a long terme. Nos resultats ne font voir presque aucune difference d'instruction, de gains a l'age adulte, de revenu et de participation au regime d'aide sociale entre les enfants qui ont grandi dans des ensembles de logements publics differents. Pour les resultats moyens, les repartitions salariales estimatives et les correlations de resultats entre voisins non apparentes dans des ensembles, on ne peut discerner d'effet appreciable de quartier. En revanche, les differences de famille semblent beaucoup importer.

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Paper provided by Statistics Canada, Direction des etudes analytiques in its series Direction des etudes analytiques : documents de recherche with number 2002185f.

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Keywords: Employment and unemployment; Families; households and housing; Housing and dwelling characteristics; Labour; Wages; salaries and other earnings;

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