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Le cooperative di produzione e la stabilità occupazionale

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Questo articolo esamina la stabilità occupazionale nelle imprese cooperative di produzione. L’evidenza empirica italiana mostra che, dopo lo shock della crisi recente, tali imprese hanno registrato un calo occupazionale meno accentuato delle imprese convenzionali. Non solo, l’occupazione cooperativa è meno sensibile di quella nelle imprese convenzionali a fluttuazioni della domanda. Tra le strategie adottate per proteggere l’occupazione, le coop hanno fatto ricorso anche a fusioni orizzontali che, contrariamente alle fusioni tra profit-seekers, non sembrano presentare il paradosso secondo il quale sono convenienti soltanto se coinvolgono la stragrande maggioranza delle imprese

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  • Flavio Delbono, 2016. "Le cooperative di produzione e la stabilità occupazionale," QUADERNI DI ECONOMIA DEL LAVORO, FrancoAngeli Editore, vol. 2016(105), pages 166-177.
  • Handle: RePEc:fan:quaqua:v:html10.3280/qua2016-105008
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