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El justo despido y el mercado laboral: una aplicación para España

  • Jhon James Mora Rodríguez


Este artículo analiza inicialmente el efecto de la legislación sobre los despidos en el mercado laboral. En segundo lugar, se muestra como la existencia de una legislación más amplia en materia de despidos, como es el caso de España, no ha implicado que el número de casos fallados en contra de los trabajadores haya aumentado, ya que éste resultado ha dependido en gran medida de la evolución de la tasa de desempleo. De esta forma, los resultados muestran que un 1% de la tasa de paro, aumenta en un 14% el número de casos de despido ganados por los trabajadores para el caso español.

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Volume (Year): (2005)
Issue (Month): (November)

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Handle: RePEc:col:000217:005609
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