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Intensidad tecnológica y cualificaciones laborales en los servicios de la UE

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  • Andrés Maroto Sánchez
  • Diego Dueñas Fernández

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En este trabajo se pretende realizar una primera aproximación a una valoración de conjunto de las implicaciones existentes entre la demanda de cualificaciones laborales y las necesidades tecnológicas en las actividades terciarias de los países europeos. El objetivo principal es analizar si existe una correlación positiva entre el nivel cualificativo de los servicios y la intensidad tecnológica asociada a los mismos, a través del estudio de las ocupaciones laborales y el nivel de estudios de los trabajadores del sector terciario, así como realizar una revisión de la literatura existente relacionada con este tema. Además de estudiar el sector servicios de forma agregada, se procede a desagregar el mismo en las distintas categorías para analizar si estas implicaciones son homogéneas a todos los servicios o, por el contrario, presentan diferencias según qué tipo de servicio se estudie. Igualmente, el trabajo valorará la situación de los distintos países europeos con el objetivo de presentar un mapa lo más amplio posible de cualificaciones laborales en el sector servicios.

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  • Andrés Maroto Sánchez & Diego Dueñas Fernández, 2003. "Intensidad tecnológica y cualificaciones laborales en los servicios de la UE," Working Papers 03/03, Instituto Universitario de Análisis Económico y Social.
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