La précarisation croissante des trajectoires de mobilité professionnelle : l'exemple de la Colombie et du Mexique
[eng] Isabelle Robert — The growing precariousness of professional mobility trends : examples of Columbia and Mexico. Based on Columbian labour statistics and Mexican field surveys, this article analyses the trends of worker-mobility during the 1990s in the light of economic reforms. A comparative study shows great similarities. Having provided some coherence to the labour system, the mobility of the active force between the formal and informal sectors tends to be changing profoundly. The contributors' objective is to stress the diversity, multiplication and precariousness of professional trends resulting from deregulation and the informal tendencies of the labour market.
Volume (Year): 43 (2002)
Issue (Month): 170 ()
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