Fiscal policy and the youth labour market
Monique Ebell and
ILO Working Papers from International Labour Organization
The analysis seeks to evaluate the potential that expansionary fiscal policy can have – and under which conditions – to ameliorate, and restrictive fiscal policy to worsen, conditions in youth labour markets. Through a panel econometric model applied to European countries, the analysis finds that a fully countercyclical fiscal policy is an instrument well-suited to ameliorating youth unemployment.
Keywords: youth unemployment; fiscal policy; labour market analysis; chômage des jeunes; politique fiscale; analyse du marché du travail; desempleo de jóvenes; política fiscal; análisis del mercado de mano de obra (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 36 pages
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