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Empresas privatizadas, instituciones y consecuencias laborales en paises emergentes

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  • Alberto Chong

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  • Gianmarco León

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Este artículo utiliza un marco de datos de empresas de alrededor del mundo para comparar los indicadores de empleo de empresas privatizadas, privadas y publicas. Este estudio se concentra particularmente en salarios, beneficios, composición de la mano de obra, educación, entrenamiento, sindicalismo, y la calidad de la gerencia. Aunque la productividad de la mano de obra incrementó después de la privatización, el índice de trabajadores permanentes en comparación a trabajadores temporales también aumentó. La convergencia depende en la calidad de las instituciones, básicamente el estado de derecho. Esto no es solo verdad del índice de trabajadores permanentes a trabajadores temporales, pero también de la educación de la mano de obra, y de los años de experiencia de la gerencia. En lo contrario, el estado de derecho parece ser menos importante en el caso de productividad y entrenamiento de la mano de obra.

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  • Alberto Chong & Gianmarco León, 2007. "Empresas privatizadas, instituciones y consecuencias laborales en paises emergentes," Research Department Publications 4525, Inter-American Development Bank, Research Department.
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