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Istituzioni e mercato del lavoro nel Mezzogiorno d’Italia: un’analisi dinamica

  • Marisa Cenci

    ()

    (Università di “Roma Tre”, Roma)

  • Margherita Scarlato

    ()

    (Università “Federico II”, Napoli)

In this paper a stochastic model is used to analyse the matching process between skills demand and supply in a segmented labor market. We find the steady state solution of the dynamic system and we address the issue of the necessary conditions for the existence of a steady state and for the emergence of a “good” outcome i.e. an equilibrium towards the high level steady state. In a second step we discuss the sensitivity of the endogenous dynamics to parameters changes due to policy/institutional reforms. Last within this framework we discuss labor market frictions in the Mezzogiorno of Italy.

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Volume (Year): 92 (2002)
Issue (Month): 3 (May-June)
Pages: 281-320

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