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Efectos del Salario Mínimo en el Mercado Laboral Peruano

  • Nikita R. Céspedes Reynaga

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    (Central Bank of Peru)

El estudio muestra evidencias del impacto del Salario Mínimo (RMV) en el mercado laboral peruano. Se utiliza un modelo dinámico de datos panel por sectores económicos de la ecuación de empleo y se estima que existe una relación negativa entre el empleo formal y la RMV. La elasticidad empleo-RMV es aproximadamente -0,13. Esta evidencia se complementa al estimar que la probabilidad de mantenerse ocupado, en un contexto en el cual se produjo un incremento legal de la RMV, es menor entre aquellos individuos que perciben ingresos cercanos a la RMV (y entre jóvenes). Se reporta evidencia que sustenta la hipótesis de que la RMV es un referente en la determinación de remuneraciones en el sector formal. Asimismo, se encuentra evidencias sobre los efectos distributivos de un incremento de la RMV a favor de los trabajadores de bajos ingresos.

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Paper provided by Banco Central de Reserva del Perú in its series Working Papers with number 2005-003.

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