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Un modéle markovien du marché du travail

  • Denis FOUGERE
  • Thierry KAMIONKA

This paper contains estimations of transition intensities between states characterizing the individual situation on the French labor market over the period 1986-1988. These states are: non-participation, unemployment, unstable jobs and stable jobs. The estimation methods allow to derive intensities of a time-homogeneous markovian process in continuous-time from discrete time panel data observations. The estimation of transition intensities permits to obtain some particularly important information for the analysis of labor mobility, i.e. the mean duration of sojourn in each state, the stationary distribution of the process and the mean number of recurrences over a given period of time.

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Volume (Year): (1992)
Issue (Month): 27 ()
Pages: 149-188

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Handle: RePEc:adr:anecst:y:1992:i:27:p:06
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