Entreprises, modes de gestion de la main-d'œuvre et allongement de la durée de chômage : une analyse économétrique
Abstract This paper accounts for the empirical links between the plurality of institutional forms and the unemployment duration in order to appreciate the firms’ function, through workers’ management styles, in rising unemployment duration and in constructing the workers’ employability. Using the TDE-LMT longitudinal survey (DARES), we conducted a microeconometric study of the duration of individuals’ first unemployment period in accordance with the firms’ variables and work relation variables. Results show that certain management practices of firms largely influence the individual’s unemployment pathway and partly concur to construct the workers’ vulnerability to long term unemployment. JEL Classification: J53, J4, J64.
Volume (Year): 74 (2008)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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