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Youth employment policies in France

  • Fougère

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  • Kramarz

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  • Thierry Magnac

    (Laboratoire d'économie du développement, d'histoire des populations et d'analyse des échanges et des politiques agricoles (LEDHEP), INRA)

Les auteurs résument les résultats de travaux récents de micro-économétrie sur l'évaluation des effets des politiques d'emploi sur l'emploi des jeunes en France. Ils s'intéressent surtout à trois types de politiques : les plans d'emploi des jeunes destinés aux jeunes sans emploi et à formation de faible niveau, la formation "sur le tas", et les subventions aux travailleurs touchant un salaire minimum. Les programmes de stages pour les jeunes sans emploi n'ont en général aucun effet sur les salaires obtenus après les stages ou sur les probabilités d'emploi. Au contraire, la réduction des coûts d'emploi a des effets significatifs sur les probabilités d'emploi des travailleurs à bas salaires. Cependant ces effets s'avèrent plus importants pour les travailleurs âgés de 25 à 30 ans.

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Paper provided by Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, France in its series Working Papers with number 156232.

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Length: 928-942
Date of creation: 2000
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Publication status: Published in European Economic Review
Handle: RePEc:inr:wpaper:156232
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