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La modélisation économétrique des transitions individuelles sur le marché du travail

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  • FLORENS, J.-P.
  • FOUGÈRE, D.
  • KAMIONKA, T.
  • MOUCHART, M.

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[fre] La modélisation économétrique des transitions individuelles sur le marché du travail, . par Jean-Pierre Florens, Denis Fougère, Thierry Kamionka et Michel Mouchait.. . Cet article propose une présentation générale, et assez peu technique, des modèles économétriques actuellement utilisés pour analyser les mobilités individuelles sur le marché du travail. Le point de vue général est de présenter ces modèles dans le cadre des processus ponctuels, c'est-à-dire des processus aléatoires en temps continu avec espace d'états fini. Le formalisme mathématique est maintenu à un minimum compatible avec une compréhension raisonnable des difficultés du sujet, et une attention particulière est donnée à la motivation des principaux concepts de base. La première partie de l'exposé est consacrée aux problèmes relatifs à la modélisation et les problèmes d'inférence sont à peine évoqués. Par la suite, sont rappelées quelques modélisations structurelles conduisant aux spécifications économétriques présentées au début de l'exposé, et nous insistons sur des exemples d'utilisation relatifs au marché français du travail. Enfin, parmi les divers problèmes de spécification et de traitement statistique, nous avons choisi de présenter ceux découlant de la prise en compte de l'hétérogénéité non observée et ceux résultant d'un mécanisme d'échantillonnage endogène. [spa] La modelización econométrica de las transiciones individuales en el mercado de trabajo, . por Jean-Pierre Florens, Denis Fougère, Thierry Kamionka y Michel Mouchart.. . Este artículo propone una presentación general y no demasiado técnica de los modelos econométricos actualmente utilizados para analizar la movilidad individual en el mercado de trabajo. El punto de vista general consiste en presentar estos modelos en el marco de procesos puntuales, o sea procesos aleatorios que se desarrollan en tiempo contínuo con espacio de estados finite. El formalismo matemático se mantiene a un mínimo compatible con la debida comprensión
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  • Florens, J.-P. & Fougère, D. & Kamionka, T. & Mouchart, M., 1994. "La modélisation économétrique des transitions individuelles sur le marché du travail," LIDAM Reprints CORE 1138, Université catholique de Louvain, Center for Operations Research and Econometrics (CORE).
  • Handle: RePEc:cor:louvrp:1138
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