Algunos indicadores del mercado de trabajo

Triana, Jaime Botello
September 2011
An�lisis Econ�mico;2011, Vol. 26 Issue 63, p247
Academic Journal
An analysis taking into account some of Mexico's labour market indicators for the first decade of the 21st century is carried out. Initially, a macroeconomic examination is made under two criteria, growth and inflation. Statistical measurements are presented regarding employment and wages. Several results of the unemployment insurance programme implemented by the local government of Mexico City are also included, as an example of a good policy regarding labor practices.


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