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La geografía del empleo público en España: Especial consideración del empleo público Autonómico

  • Jesús Salvador Gómez Sala
  • José Sánchez Maldonado
  • Carlos Rivas Sánchez

RESUMEN En este trabajo se analiza el empleo público autonómico. Con esa finalidad se estudia previamente la importancia del empleo público en relación a la población activa y su estructura de género en los principales países desarrollados. A continuación se analiza el conjunto del empleo público en España a nivel regional, analizamos su distribución por tipo de Administración, por sexo, así como los tipos de relaciones laborales mantenidos por los trabajadores públicos. Finalmente nos centramos en el empleo público directamente vinculado a los gobiernos regionales, analizando primero la importancia del gasto de personal en los presupuestos regionales y su participación en el PIB; se recopilan las cifras de empleados de las Administraciones regionales a partir de los registros administrativos, se estima su importancia sobre la población activa de cada región y su distribución por grandes áreas de actividad, y finalmente el gasto público regional por empleado. ABSTRACT This paper analyzes the regional public employment. To this end, we first study the importance of public employment regarding the labor force and its gender structure in the most important developed countries. After that, it is analyzed the public employment in Spain at the regional level, its distribution by type of civil service, by sex and the types of labor relations maintained by public workers. Finally we focus on public sector employment directly linked to regional governments, first analyzing the weight of the staff expenditure in regional budgets and its participation in the GDP; figures of employees of regional governments are compiled from administrative records, it is estimated their importance on the labor force of each region and their distribution by main areas of activity, and eventually the regional public expenditure per employee.

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Article provided by Universidades Públicas de Andalucía in its journal Revista de Estudios Regionales.

Volume (Year): 04 (2009)
Issue (Month): ()
Pages: 181-208

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  1. Irvine Lapsley & Rosie Oldfield, 2001. "Transforming the public sector: management consultants as agents of change," European Accounting Review, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 10(3), pages 523-543.
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