Formation continue et carrières salariales. Une évaluation sur données individuelles
This paper evaluates the impact of continuous training provided by firms on wages and inter-firm mobility. For that purpose, we use the survey "Formation et Qualification Professionnelle" (FQP) collected by Insee (Paris) in 1993. This survey registers the identities of firms employing the sampled workers before and after the continuous training period. Thus it allows us to match the workers data set with an Insee data file containing information on firms. These information on firms can be used as instrumental variables for the identification of the structural parameters of a simultaneous equation model in which the access to continuous training, the mobility decision and the wages are the endogenous variables. The estimates show that (1) continuous training has no significant effect on the wage paid by the firm providing training, (2) it decreases the wage loss associated with an inter-firm mobility, (3) the mobility decision is not significantly affected by the wage differential.
Volume (Year): (2001)
Issue (Month): 62 ()
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