Estimation de l'emploi régional et sectoriel salarié français: application à l'année 2006
Estimation of the french salaried regional and sectoral employment: application to the year 2006
Rodolphe Buda ()
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Since 1973, INSEE provided each year, some statistics about French sectoral and regional (departmental one, since 2002) wage-earning and non wage-earning job. This statistics works is heavy and spend a long time to check all collected and calculated data because the level of disaggregation is more important. It spend two years between the period to observe the employment, and the period when the issue is available. However, it seems to be possible, to provide some reasonable statistics about employment, below to this delay. In this paper, we describe our works applied to the data of 2006, using the multidimensional modelling software SIM2 we developed, and provide some comments. We adopted a short-term step here - if such a step is compatible with regional analysis -, and we never assume our work could replace the work of the French Institute.
Keywords: Labor Market; Region; Salaried Employment; Estimation; Economic Situation; Regional and Sectoral Analysis (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C53 J21 C8 R23 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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