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La Participación Laboral en Colombia Según la Nueva Encuesta: ¿ Cambian sus Determinantes?

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  • Luis Eduardo Arango
  • Carlos Esteban Posada
  • Alejandro Charry

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Este documento reporta los resultados de la estimación econométrica de un modelo de la tasa de participación para cuatro categorías de miembros del hogar (13 ciudades): mujeres comprometidas (casadas o en unión permanente), mujeres no comprometidas (solteras, viudas o separadas), hombres comprometidos y hombres no comprometidos, con base en la nueva Encuesta Continua de Hogares del DANE para el período 2000:1 2002:2. Los hallazgos concuerdan con los de Arango y Posada (2003), basados en la Encuesta Nacional de Hogares, y se mantienen en el siguiente sentido: el desempleo de otros miembros del hogar, la edad y el nivel educativo alcanzado siguen siendo los principales determinantes de efecto positivo en la tasa de participación mientras que el principal determinante de efecto negativo sigue siendo la riqueza de los hogares. Según el modelo, la tasa de participación cae ante disminuciones en la tasa de desempleo.

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  • Luis Eduardo Arango & Carlos Esteban Posada & Alejandro Charry, 2003. "La Participación Laboral en Colombia Según la Nueva Encuesta: ¿ Cambian sus Determinantes?," Borradores de Economia 3048, Banco de la Republica.
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    • J22 - Labor and Demographic Economics - - Demand and Supply of Labor - - - Time Allocation and Labor Supply

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