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Evaluación del programa de Escuelas Taller y Casas de Oficios a partir de su efecto sobre el tiempo de búsqueda del primer empleo. El caso de Sevilla/

  • CANSINO MUÑOZ-REPISO, JOSÉ MANUEL

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    (Departamento de Teoría Económica y Economía Política.Universidad de Sevilla)

  • SÁNCHEZ BRAZA, ANTONIO

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    (Departamento de Teoría Económica y Economía Política.Universidad de Sevilla)

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    El artículo evalúa el efecto causal del Programa de Escuelas Taller y Casas de Oficio sobre el tiempo de búsqueda del primer empleo de los individuos. La evaluación se lleva a cabo mediante el estimador de diferencias en diferencias. El volumen de fondos públicos y el elevado número de participantes, justifica la relevancia del programa evaluado en el contexto de las políticas de formación desarrolladas en España. El artículo contribuye a aumentar el escaso número de investigaciones de este tipo publicadas sobre España. Los resultados obtenidos permiten a los autores concluir que, para los participantes, que son jóvenes desempleados, el tiempo de búsqueda del primer empleo se reduce en 494’57 días con respecto a los no participantes. Adicionalmente, el efecto causal del programa es mayor para los hombres que para las mujeres y aumenta con la edad a razón de 12’94 días menos de búsqueda por cada año adicional. This paper evaluates the causal effect of the Spanish Training Scholl Program on the period an individual need to find his first job. The evaluation is implemented by using the differences in differences estimator –DID-. The public funds involved and the high number of participants justified the relevance of the program evaluated in the Spanish training program’s context. Debt to the fact that no papers have been published in the literature in Spanish, this paper contributes in that way. Results obtained let authors conclude that, for participants, the period is reduced in 494’57days comparing with controls. Additionally, the program’s causal effect is higher for men than for women and increases with the age of the individual in a value equal to 12’94 days for every year.

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    Volume (Year): 27 (2009)
    Issue (Month): (Abril)
    Pages: 277 (22 Paginas)

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