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Efectos de la reforma laboral:¿más trabajo y menos empleos?

  • Juan Carlos Guataquí Roa

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  • Andrés Felipe García-Suaza

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La reforma laboral de 2002 apuntó a dos objetivosespecíficos: la implementación de mecanismos deprotección social y la flexibilización laboral. Eneste documento se analizan algunos de sus efectos,haciendo énfasis en la variación de las modalidadesde contratación, los cambios en las horas de trabajodemandadas y los efectos en la duración del desempleo.De este análisis se concluye que la reformatuvo un efecto intensivo en generar mayor demandade horas de trabajo, pero que su efecto extensivo degeneración de más empleos sólo fue marginal. Porotra parte, la duración del desempleo se redujo enel agregado.

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