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Estrategias laborales de hogares nucleares y recomposición de ingresos después de un shock. ARGENTINA, 1995-2003

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Este artículo se ocupa de evaluar la efectividad del uso de los activos laborales de los hogares para enfrentar choques adversos al bienestar. En particular se analiza si los hogares que implementaron estrategias consistentes con el uso de la fuerza laboral de reserva (FLR) en Argentina tuvieron resultados diferentes, en términos de bienestar, comparados con aquellos otros hogares que no implementaron ese tipo de estrategias. También se analiza si del conjunto de hogares que experimentaron descensos en sus ingresos, el grupo que implementó la movilización de su FLR pudo recomponer su situación de bienestar, comparado con el resto de hogares. English: This paper evaluates the response of the households labor supply when facing adverse shocks in their well-being. In particular, it is analyzed if the Argentinean households that implemented consistent strategies in the use of the secondary labor force (SLF), had performed —in well-being terms— differently than those that did not. Also the paper tests if the households that mobilized its SLF confronted to negative income shocks, could recompose its situation of well-being, compared with the rest of households.

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  • Jorge A. Paz, 2007. "Estrategias laborales de hogares nucleares y recomposición de ingresos después de un shock. ARGENTINA, 1995-2003," CEMA Working Papers: Serie Documentos de Trabajo. 360, Universidad del CEMA.
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    • J22 - Labor and Demographic Economics - - Demand and Supply of Labor - - - Time Allocation and Labor Supply
    • O12 - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth - - Economic Development - - - Microeconomic Analyses of Economic Development

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