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Determinantes de la duración del desempleo en una economía con alta informalidad

  • Céspedes, Nikita

    (Banco Central de Reserva del Perú
    PUCP)

  • Gutiérrez, Ana Paola

    (PUCP)

  • Belapatiño, Vanessa

    (PUCP)

Se estudia la duración del desempleo en una economía con alta informalidad, alto autoempleo e inactividad laboral. La duración promedio del desempleo en una economía con estas características (Perú) es aproximadamente tres meses, valor inferior a lo estimado para economías desarrolladas. La tendencia decreciente de este indicador es consistente con el episodio de crecimiento económico. La informalidad laboral, el autoempleo y la inactividad son los principales elementos detrás de la reducida duración del desempleo. La duración también es consistente con la existencia de una relación positiva de la tasa de riesgo de dejar el desempleo y la duración del desempleo para desempleados recientes. Finalmente, se muestra que la duración del desempleo no guarda relación con los cambios en la política de seguro de desempleo.

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