By Miguel Ángel Malo, Dario Sciulli

ISBN-10: 3319043757

ISBN-13: 9783319043753

ISBN-10: 3319043765

ISBN-13: 9783319043760

This booklet contains empirical contributions concentrating on deprived employees. in response to the ecu Commission’s definition, deprived staff contain different types of staff with problems coming into the labour marketplace with no information and consequently, requiring the applying of public measures aimed toward enhancing their employment possibilities. as well as the labour industry viewpoint, this can be additionally suitable by way of social solidarity, that is one of many crucial targets of the eu Union and of its Member States. This paintings offers with the main correct teams of deprived employees, specifically disabled staff, younger staff, girls dwelling in depressed components, migrants within the labour marketplace and the long term unemployed, and analyses the placement within the Italian, Spanish and a few African labour markets. The determinants of drawback within the labour marketplace are investigated, highlighting either the function of offer variables, together with structural elements and the weak spot at the call for facet, the function of the commercial drawback and the ineffectiveness of a few labour regulations. a posh framework emerges during which deprived teams may possibly percentage universal difficulties, either by way of integration into the labour marketplace and when it comes to operating stipulations, yet frequently require group-specific regulations, making an allowance for their intergroup heterogeneity.

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9 %). In contrast, low educated individuals are underrepresented among individuals with medium and high levels of education. 8 % of those with limitations. 7 % are highly educated. These findings confirm a standard finding of studies examining disability: disabled individuals encounter difficulties in accessing education. 8 %). The presence of children (aged 0–5 and 6–14) is less frequent in households consisting of individuals with limitations and strong limitations. 7 %) in households where at least one individual has strong limitations.

This continuous index is more reliable than a discrete indicator. Kreider and Pepper (2007) extend work on corrupt samples, and develop a set of nonparametric bounds that, in the most basic setting, require only prior information restricting the fraction of persons who may misreport disability. 34 M. Agovino et al. heterogeneity and persistence (of both disability and LFP) are introduced as explanatory factors. The estimated results show that the reported disability variable in the static pooled model overestimates the impact of disability on participation.

We then proceed by estimating the same probit model for men and women separately. 2 report the marginal effects. 7 % women. Married women and men do not display different patterns of labour force participation with respect to their unmarried counterparts. 3 % more likely to participate in the labour force, while the effect of hearing disability for men is much smaller (13 %). 4 % respectively), while these types of disability do not make significant difference on labour force participation of disabled men.

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