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Factores que inciden en la probabilidad de permanecer en la informalidad en Colombia (2008-2012): un análisis de las medidas de política pública

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  • Jurany Beccie Ramírez Gallego


  • Camilo Andres Avila Carreño
  • Ingrid Jissel Arias Manrrique
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    Resumen Este documento analiza los efectos que tienen algunas medidas de política pública sobre las decisiones de los individuos de participar en el mercado laboral bajo la modalidad de informalidad. Se emplea un modelo Probit para el análisis de los datos. La conclusión final no podrá ser que las políticas públicas generen más o menos pobreza, sino si hay algún efecto sobre la participación laboral en el mercado informal.

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    Volume (Year): 23 (2015)
    Issue (Month): 2 (December)
    Pages: 9-20

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    Handle: RePEc:col:000180:014265
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