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El Impacto de un Programa Social sobre la Informalidad Laboral: El Caso de la AUH en Argentina

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  • Santiago Garganta

    (CONICET y CEDLAS (UNLP))

  • Leonardo Gasparini

    (CEDLAS (UNLP))

El programa de Asignación Universal por Hijo en Argentina extiende a los desocupados y trabajadores informales un beneficio antes limitado a los empleados formales. Esta extensión podría modificar los incentivos laborales, estimulando una menor participación en el sector formal respecto de la que hubiese surgido en ausencia del programa. En este trabajo estimamos ese efecto comparando en el tiempo al grupo de hogares elegibles (informales, con hijos), con un grupo semejante pero no elegible (sin hijos). Los resultados sugieren un significativo desincentivo hacia la formalización de los beneficiarios, pero no hay evidencia de un incentivo hacia la informalidad de los trabajadores registrados.

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Paper provided by CEDLAS, Universidad Nacional de La Plata in its series CEDLAS, Working Papers with number 0133.

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Length: 26 pages
Date of creation: Jun 2012
Handle: RePEc:dls:wpaper:0133
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