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Evolucio?n reciente del mercado laboral urbano y alternativas de poli?tica

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  • Alejandro Gaviria Uribe

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  • María del Mar Palau M.

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Este trabajo tiene dos partes independientes. La primera parte presenta una descripcio?n de la dina?mica reciente del mercado laboral, y la segunda presenta un ana?lisis de las alternativas de poli?tica que contribuiri?an a un mejoramiento de los indicadores de empleo. Los resultados de la primera parte ponen de presente el deterioro de los indicadores de mercado laboral como resultado de la crisis econo?mica, asi? como su reversio?n parcial como resultado de la recuperacio?n reciente. Los resultados sugieren, asi? mismo, que la recuperacio?n ha beneficiado a los ma?s jo?venes pero no ha sido suficiente para revertir las brechas estructurales entre trabajadores calificados y no calificados. Las recomendaciones de poli?tica esta?n basadas en dos premisas principales: i) la poli?tica social debe subordinarse a la poli?tica de empleo y no viceversa, y ii) las restricciones de economi?a poli?tica dejan poco margen para implantar cambios de fondo en la regulacio?n de mercado laboral.

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Paper provided by FEDESARROLLO in its series COYUNTURA SOCIAL with number 012893.

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Date of creation: 30 Jun 2006
Handle: RePEc:col:000486:012893
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