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Appariement et rotation de la main-d'oeuvre : une analyse théorique et économétrique sur données de panel

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  • Gérard Ballot
  • Yves Zénou

[spa] Apareamiento y rotación de la mano de obra : análisis teórico y econométrico a partir de datos de panel, por Gérard Ballot y Yves Zénou. En este artículo se presenta y se somete a prueba, a partir de un panel de empresas francesas, un modelo que podría reflejar los factores que determinan las dimisiones y despidospor motivo personal, y en particular su disminución con la antigüedad, para un salario determinado. Con este objeto, se considéra un salario individual rígido y determinadas características de los asalariados y de los empleos observados progresivamente. Los factores déterminantes de los dos flujos difieren. La antiguedad tiene efectivamente las consecuencias previstas, pero el salario no produce en todos los casos los efectos contemplados. [fre] Appariement et rotation de la main-d'oeuvre : une analyse théorique et économétrique sur données de panel, par Gérard Ballot, Yves Zénou. Un modèle susceptible de rendre compte des déterminants des démissions et des licenciements pour motif personnel, et particulièrement de leur diminution avec l'ancienneté, à salaire donné, est présenté et testé sur un panel d'entreprises françaises. On considère un salaire individuel rigide et des caractéristiques des salariés et des emplois observées progressivement. Les déterminants des deux flux différent. L'ancienneté a bien l'effet prédit mais le salaire n'a pas toujours le signe escompté. [eng] Job-Matching and Turnover: A Theoretical and Econometric Analysis on Panel Data, by Gérard Ballot, Yves Zénou. A model which is likely to indicate the determinants of quits and dismissals, showing that, for a given salary, both decrease with seniority, was presented and tested on a panel of French firms. A rigid personal salary and gradually observed characteristics of wage-earners and jobs were examined. The determinants of the two flows are different. Seniority does have the effect it was expected to have but the salary does not always bear the expected sign. [ger] Personalangleichung und rotation: eine theoretische und ökonometrische Analyse anhand von Panel-Daten, von Gérard Ballot, Yves Zénou. Anhand eines Panels von französischen Unternehmen wird ein Modell präsentiert und getestet, das die Determinanten für die Kündigungen und Entlassungen der Arbeitnehmer aus persönlichen Gründen bei einem bestimmten Gehalt, insbesondere für ihre Abnahme mit zunehmender Betriebszugehörigkeit erklären kann. Ein Individuallohn von gleicher Höhe und die beobachteten Merkmale der Beschäftigten und Arbeitsplätze werden nacheinander untersucht. Die Determinanten der beiden Ströme unterscheiden sich. Während sich für die Betriebszugehörigkeit die vorhergesagte Auswirkung bestätigt, weist das Gehalt nicht immer das erwartete Zeichen auf.

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Article provided by Programme National Persée in its journal Économie & prévision.

Volume (Year): 102 (1992)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
Pages: 129-142

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Handle: RePEc:prs:ecoprv:ecop_0249-4744_1992_num_102_1_5281
Note: DOI:10.3406/ecop.1992.5281
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