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Políticas de fomento del empleo en las PyMEs y su impacto en el financiamiento de la seguridad social: estimación del costo fiscal

Policies to promote employment in SMEs and their impact on the financing of social security: tax cost estimate

Alejandro Calabria () and Sergio Rottenschweiler

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Abstract: The creation of employment and its formalization is, undoubtedly, a controversial and relevant topic in Argentina. At present, a law project on this subject is under debate: "Promoting Registered Employment and Labor Fraud Prevention", whose aim is to promote employment and/or formalization of new employees, primarily in micro, small and medium-sized enterprises, through the reduction of employer contributions. This decrease in public incomes should be compensated by other sources in order not to affect severely the financing of social security. This paper discusses the contribution that small and medium-sized enterprises to the social security system and examines the impact of the reduction of employer contributions to the financing of social security.

Keywords: Creación de empleo; PyMEs; impacto fiscal (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: E62 H25 H32 J38 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2014-07
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