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Une simulation sur un modèle d’appariement : l’impact de l’article 4 de l’ANI de 2013 sur la segmentation du marché du travail


  • Clémence Berson
  • Nicolas Ferrari


The French labour market is segmented between people who enjoy stable employment and those who alternate between temporary contracts and periods of unemployment. Using a simulation run on a matching model calibrated to France, the reform that resulted from the national multisector agreement (ANI) signed in?2013?appears able to reduce this divergence. The ANI, signed on?11?January?2013, introduced modulated social contributions, with surcharges on temporary contracts (CDDs) and exemptions for hiring young people on permanent contracts (CDIs). The estimated effects of these modulated social contributions are positive but not as significant as in the fairly similar ?Italian-style? reform studied in Berson and Ferrari (2015).

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  • Clémence Berson & Nicolas Ferrari, 2017. "Une simulation sur un modèle d’appariement : l’impact de l’article 4 de l’ANI de 2013 sur la segmentation du marché du travail," Economie & Prévision, La Documentation Française, vol. 0(2), pages 115-137.
  • Handle: RePEc:cai:ecoldc:ecop_211_0115

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