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Comment expliquer le dualisme du marché du travail à partir de comportements rationnels ?

  • Hélène Zajdela
  • Pierre Cahuc

[fre] Comment expliquer le dualisme du marché du travail à partir de comportements rationnels ?. . Le but de cet article est de combler les lacunes des modèles formels, qui tentent de représenter le dualisme du marché du travail, en considérant les concepts de prise de parole et de défection (Hirschman [1970]) comme moyens alternatifs de régulation de la relation de travail. Cela permet non seulement d'expliquer la répartition des firmes entre secteur primaire et secondaire, comme le résultat d'un choix rationnel des agents en faveur de l'une des deux stratégies, mais également de montrer l'existence de plusieurs formes de dualisme. [eng] Rational behaviour for labor market segmentation . . The aim of this paper is to give proper microeconomic foundations to labour market dualism, using the concepts of exit and voice [Hirschman (1970)] as alternative types of relationships on the labour market.. This allows us to explain the distribution of firms on the two sectors and to show the existence of several types of dualism.

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Volume (Year): 42 (1991)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
Pages: 469-492

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