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Le chainon manquant : donnees sur l'element demande des marches du travail

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Les economistes du travail ont elabore des modeles theoriques complexes et mene des analyses econometriques tres avancees pour analyser le processus de prise de decisions par les menages. Toutefois, a cet accent mis sur l'element offre du marche du travail n'ont pas correspondu des analyses empiriques aussi complexes portant sur l'element demande. Ce fait peut etre attribuable en partie au manque de donnees pertinentes. Le present document explique brievement pourquoi les donnees relatives a l'element demande, qui brossent un tableau du comportement des entreprises dans le marche du travail, sont necessaires a une meilleure analyse de celui-ci. Il examine egalement les contraintes qu'imposent a l'economie du travail les methodes actuelles de collecte des donnees. Le document propose les types de donnees qui pourraient faire l'objet d'une collecte, les methodologies de rechange pour une enquete etablissements/travailleurs, et examine certaines des difficultes, sur les plans theorique et empirique, que pourraient susciter un tel exercice.

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  • Osberg, Lars, 1995. "Le chainon manquant : donnees sur l'element demande des marches du travail," Direction des etudes analytiques : documents de recherche 1995077f, Statistics Canada, Direction des etudes analytiques.
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