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Gains de productivité statiques et d'apprentissage induits par les phénomènes d'agglomération au sein du Grand Paris

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  • Combes, Pierre-Philippe
  • Gobillon, Laurent
  • Lafourcade, Miren

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L'objectif de ce rapport est d'estimer ce qui, dans la prime salariale dont bénéficient les travailleurs des grandes métropoles françaises, provient de leurs compétences propres et des économies d'agglomération engendrées par la taille des villes. Les estimations sont réalisées sur un panel composé de 3133573 observations, et couvrant environ 500000 salariés des secteurs privé et semi-public sur les six années constituant ce panel (1993, 1996, 1999, 2002, 2005 et 2008). Cet échantillon constitue la plus grande source de variabilité individuelle, temporelle, géographique et sectorielle utilisée à ce jour pour estimer l'impact des économies d'agglomération.

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  • Combes, Pierre-Philippe & Gobillon, Laurent & Lafourcade, Miren, 2015. "Gains de productivité statiques et d'apprentissage induits par les phénomènes d'agglomération au sein du Grand Paris," CEPREMAP Working Papers (Docweb) 1504, CEPREMAP.
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    salaires; densité; économies d'agglomération; effets d'apprentissage; zones d'emploi;

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