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Analyse comparative des modes d'integration des jeunes aux marches du travail europeens

  • Beduwe, C.
  • Giret, J.F.

L'objectif de ce document est dans un premier temps de classer et de regrouper les differents pays europeens par des techniques d'analyse de donnees appliquees a une serie d'indicateurs statistiques rendant compte de la maniere dont les jeunes sont integres aux marches du travail. Cette premiere analyse montre le role determinant des indicateurs de chomage dnas le differenciation des pays en matiere d'integration des jeunes. C'est pourquoi, dans une seconde partie, nous proposons un modele explicatif des differences de niveaux de chomage jeune entre pays europeens et sur une longue periode. Nous utilisons pour cela un modele sur donnees de panel.

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Paper provided by LIRHE - Universite des sciences sociales Toulouse in its series Papers with number 281.

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Length: 32 pages
Date of creation: 1998
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Handle: RePEc:fth:lirhet:281
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