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Female part time work and incentive schemes to work

  • G. LAROQUE

    (Insee)

  • B. SALANIÉ

    (Insee)

We present a model of female participation in the labor force, which deals with part time work and the minimum wage. The model is estimated on the French employment survey of 1997. We use it to compare various incentive schemes to work, such as the 'allocation compensatoire de revenu', the negative income tax or subsidies to low wages.

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Handle: RePEc:crs:wpdeee:g2000-11
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