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Égalité professionnelle et perception des discriminations à la Ville de Paris

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  • Mireille Eberhard


  • Patrick Simon


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    Ce document de travail présente les modalités de collecte et les résultats de l'enquête "Parcours professionnel à la ville de Paris et Perception des discriminations" (Ined, 2010). Menée auprès de 4700 agents de la collectivité, elle vise à déterminer dans quelle mesure l'origine, le sexe et l'origine sociale des salariés sont susceptibles d'affecter leurs parcours professionnels (statut, concours, formation, avancement de carrière, condition d'exercice de leur métier). Elle s'intéresse également à la perception que les agents ont des discriminations ainsi qu'à l'expérience qu'ils en ont eu dans le cadre de leur activité professionnelle à la ville, que ce soit en tant que témoin ou comme victime.

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    Paper provided by Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED) in its series Working Papers with number 207.

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    Date of creation: 2014
    Handle: RePEc:idg:wpaper:207
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