Los mercados laborales en América Latina: el argumento de la oferta
(Disponible en idioma inglés únicamente) En este trabajo se muestra que los factores que inciden en la oferta laboral fueron determinantes claves de los cambios en el empleo, el desempleo y las diferencias de ingreso en América Latina durante los años 90. Las dos fuerzas principales que impulsan la oferta laboral en la región han sido los factores demográficos y la educación.
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