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Salaire d'efficience et dualisme du marché du travail

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  • Anne Perrot
  • André Zylberberg

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[eng] Efficiency wage and dual labour market . . In this article, we formalize a dual labour market where the firms of the primary sector imperfectly observe their workers' actions. These firms extract the adequate effort level via an efficiency wage procedure of the Shapiro and Stiglitz (1984)'s type. The secondary sector is perfectly competitive and equilibrium between this sector and the unemployment pool obtains through a migration condition similar to the one of Harris and Todaro. [fre] Salaire d'efficience et dualisme du marché du travail. . Nous proposons dans cet article une formalisation d'un marché du travail dualiste où les firmes du secteur primaire observent imparfaitement les performances de leurs employés. Ces firmes incitent leurs employés à fournir un niveau d'effort adéquat via un salaire d'efficience du type Shapiro et Stiglitz [1984]. Le secteur secondaire est parfaitement concurrentiel et l'équilibre entre ce secteur et le chômage résulte d'une condition de migration analogue à celle du modèle de Marris et Todaro.

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  • Anne Perrot & André Zylberberg, 1989. "Salaire d'efficience et dualisme du marché du travail," Revue Économique, Programme National Persée, vol. 40(1), pages 5-20.
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