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A Comparative Analysis of Youth Labor Market Exclusion

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This paper tries to answer the question of whether one of the causes of youth unemployment might be the existence of a positive discrimination in favor of adults. This discrimnation might be resulting from the existence of a legislative framework referring to anti age discrimination and which might be a manifestation of adultism in itself.

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  • Susaeta, Lourdes & Suárez Ruz, Esperanza & Gutiérrez-Martínez, Isis & Idrovo Carlier, Sandra & Pin, José Ramon, 2015. "A Comparative Analysis of Youth Labor Market Exclusion," IESE Research Papers D/1100, IESE Business School.
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    Age discrimination; Adultism; Youth; Spain; Mexico; Colombia;

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