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Informalidad y Subempleo: Un Modelo Probit Bivariado aplicado al Valle del Cauca

  • Carlos Humberto Ortiz

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  • José Ignacio Uribe
  • Gustavo Adolfo García

La informalidad agrega los empleos de baja calidad desde la visión de la demanda(baja productividad), y el subempleo los agrega desde la visión de la oferta(insatisfacción con el empleo). La necesaria interacción entre ofertas y demandas enel mercado de trabajo implica que las variables mencionadas están interconectadastanto por determinantes sistemáticos comunes como por efectos aleatorioscomunes. En este trabajo se describe analíticamente a los informales vis a vis lossubempleados. También se realiza un análisis conjunto de los determinantes de lainformalidad y el subempleo utilizando un modelo econométrico que incorpora lacorrelación de los términos de error (modelo probit bivariado). Este procedimientoarroja una mejor caracterización de la calidad del empleo en el Valle del Cauca.

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Date of creation: 06 Nov 2007
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