Public Employment and Labor Market Performances

We explore the consequences of public employment for labour market performance. Theory suggests that public employment may not only crowd out private employment, but also increase overall unemployment if, by offering attractive working conditions, it draws additional individuals into the labour forc...

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Main Author: Algan, Yann
Cahuc, Pierre
Zylberberg, André
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Place of publication: Routledge 01.04.2002
Data of publication: 2002-04
Bibliography: Journal of Economic Policy Reform, 17(34), 1-65 (2002-04)
Online Access: available in Bonn?
Database: SciencesPo Open Archive
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