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Les marchés locaux du travail en Tunisie : espace et processus d'appariement

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  • Mohamed Amara
  • Anis Bouabid
  • Lotfi Belkacem

L'objectif de ce papier est d'estimer le processus d'appariement mettant en relation le nombre d'embauche en fonction d'un stock donné de postes vacants et de chômeurs, à partir des données tunisiennes régionales relatives à 23 gouvernorats sur la période 1984-2008. Nous utilisons les techniques de l'économétrie spatiale sur données de panel pour tenir compte d'une manière explicite des effets spatiaux (interaction de proximité et hétérogénéité spatiale) et des effets individuels et temporels. Nos résultats suggèrent que la prise en compte de ces effets génère des rendements d'échelle décroissants sur le marché du travail Tunisien. Nous montrons aussi que les chercheurs d'emploi dans les gouvernorats voisins causent une difficulté accrue sur le processus d'appariement dans le marché local.

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Article provided by GENES in its journal Annals Of Economics and Statistics.

Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 109-110 ()
Pages: 131-160

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