Evaluación de las reformas que impulsan el empleo formal
Assessing reforms that boost formal employment
Karla Arias (),
Jeaneth Torres-Olmedo () and
Estudios Economicos, 2022, vol. 039 (Nueva Serie), issue 78, 33-59
The objective of this document is to determine the effect of the policies imple-mented between 2007 and 2018 to encourage formal employment in Ecuador. For this purpose, a local projection model is used with administrative data on registered employment. The results show that formal employment increases by 4% in the medium term, due to labor reforms. In addition, it is evident that the aggregate behavior is guided by the effect on large companies. These positive results are evi-denced after the year of implementation, suggesting a degree of rigidity in boosting formal employment
Keywords: Empleo; reformas laborales; proyecciones locales; Ecuador; política de empleo; Employment; labor reforms; local projections; Ecuador (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C22 E24 J21 J41 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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