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Modèles dynamiques de demande de travail : spécification et estimation sur données de panel

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  • Patrick Sevestre
  • Brigitte Dormont

[fre] Modèles dynamiques de demande de travail : specification et estimation sur données de panel A partir d'un échantillon d'entreprises de l'industrie manufacturière française suivies sur la période 1967-1973, nous avons étudié les problèmes liés à la spécification dynamique et à l'estimation sur données de panel d'un modèle de demande de travail. La mise en œuvre de méthodes d'estimations convergentes, jointe à l'amélioration de la spécification dynamique par l'introduction d'ajustements croisés, permet d'obtenir de bonnes estimations à la fois pour les paramètres structurels et pour ceux associés à la dynamique de l'ajustement de l'emploi. [eng] Dynamic labor demand models: specification and estimation using panel data Using a sarnple of french manufacturing firms over the period 1967-1975, we investiguate the problerns caused by dynarnic specification and estimation of labor demand models on panel data. The use of consistent estimators, along with a better dynamic specification (we consider a cross-adjustments model) allows us to obtain good results relative to both the structural parameters and those associated with the employment adjustment dynamics.

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Article provided by Programme National Persée in its journal Revue économique.

Volume (Year): 37 (1986)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
Pages: 455-488

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Handle: RePEc:prs:reveco:reco_0035-2764_1986_num_37_3_408923
Note: DOI:10.3406/reco.1986.408923
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