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Les marchés ruraux du travail : vers une spécialisation fonctionnelle des espaces ?

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  • Michel Blanc
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    Les marchés du travail ruraux présentent certaines spécificités. En raison de leur faible taille, les offres et les demandes d'emploi y sont moins nombreuses et donc moins diversifiées, d'où des difficultés d'appariement des unes aux autres plus fortes que sur les marchés du travail urbains. De plus, les relations d'emploi sont plus souvent " encastrées " dans d'autres relations sociales à la campagne qu'en ville. Ces phénomènes contribuent à rendre les emplois plus stables et les salaires plus faibles dans les zones rurales et à engendrer une spécialisation fonctionnelle des espaces.

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    Article provided by INRA Department of Economics in its journal Inra Sciences Sociales.

    Volume (Year): (2003)
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    Handle: RePEc:apt:jouiss:n:1-2.6:y:2003
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