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Aproximación a la Contratación a Tiempo Parcial Ante la Crisis Económica

  • Brindusa Anghel
  • F. Alfonso Arellano

En un contexto de crisis económica, el trabajo a tiempo parcial es un instrumento válido en los debates sobre el futuro del empleo y el reparto del trabajo. Para la mayoría de los expertos, el empleo a tiempo parcial es una forma idónea de conectar con la actividad a personas que de otro modo tendrían muy difícil su integración en el mercado laboral. Los objetivos del estudio consisten en conocer la incidencia del empleo a tiempo parcial en la región de Madrid, España y la Unión Europea al inicio de la crisis económica y los rasgos específicos que definen a esos trabajadores, analizar el marco regulador y establecer una serie de sugerencias que permitan reformar y extender el empleo a tiempo parcial como forma de elevar la tasa de ocupación de la economía. La información que se maneja procede de dos fuentes estadísticas: los microdatos de la Encuesta de Población Activa (EPA) y la European Labour Force Survey (LFS).

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Paper provided by FEDEA in its series Economic Reports with number 08-2010.

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Date of creation: Jul 2010
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