Complementarity Between Low- and High-Skilled Workers and the Employment Impact of Tax versus Human Capital Policies
The present paper analyses theoretically the impact of substitutability and complementarity between labour market segments on the efficiency of policies tackling low-skilled unemployment. Based on a search and matching model with multiple segments interacting through the production function, it is s...
|Main Author:||Clément Carbonnier|
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|published in:||Annals of economics and statistics no. 138; pp. 49 - 76|
|Data of publication:||20200601|
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
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