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Evolution des taux d’activité en Europe pendant la Grande Récession : le rôle de la démographie et de la polarisation de l’emploi

Abstract : In Europe as in the United States, employment fell considerably during the Great Recession. Moreover, over the last few decades, the labour markets in both regions have been reshaped by the forces of automation and globalization. However, the response of labour force participation to these changes has varied from country to country. One of the most significant developments in the US labour market over the past decade has been the decline in labour force participation. Between 2004 and 2013, the labour force participation rate for the group aged 25 to 54 fell by 2.6 percentage points (from 83.8% to 81.1%), a decline that has persisted well beyond the end of the Great Recession. In the EU-15, on the other hand, the participation rate for this age group increased by 2 percentage points during the same period (from 83.7% to 85.6%), despite low growth and the persistence of high levels of unemployment. [First paragraph]
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Guillaume Allegre, Gregory Verdugo. Evolution des taux d’activité en Europe pendant la Grande Récession : le rôle de la démographie et de la polarisation de l’emploi. 2017. ⟨hal-03392352⟩

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