Marché du Travail

Le secteur Marchés du travail de J-PAL évalue différents moyens d’aider les chômeurs à retrouver un emploi, de faciliter la transition des jeunes entre les études et le monde du travail, et d’apporter aux entrepreneurs les compétences dont ils ont besoin. 

    

Publication

See Tomorrow's Jobs, Invest in Girls Today

Making employment opportunities for women more salient and accessible led to increased investment in education and nutrition of girls, and delayed marriage and childbearing among women in rural India...

Lori Beaman

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Lori Beaman

Lori Beaman est professeur assistante au département d’économie à l’université Northwestern (USA). Ses recherches portent sur le développement et l’économie du travail, et plus particulièrement sur...

Résumés were randomly assigned black- or white-sounding names. Researchers examined the impact of the name on callbacks.

Évaluation

Discriminations sur le marché du travail aux États-Unis

Les candidats ayant un nom à consonance "blanche" bénéficient de davantage de retours de la part des employeurs, ce qui révèle une discrimination à l’encontre des Afro-Américains à Chicago...

Man and woman receiving job counseling in France

Publication

Public or Private? Job Counseling in France

An intensive counseling program for job seekers at risk of long-term unemployment in France helped them find work sooner than the standard low-intensity counseling program, and the counseling was...

Publication

Youth Initiative Review Paper

About one-fifth of the world’s population is between the ages of 15 and 24, yet they represent a disproportionate amount of the unemployed. In this review paper, J-PAL Sector co-Chairs Marianne...

Évaluation

The Impact of Employment on High-Risk Men in Liberia

Without special attention to creating economic opportunities for ex-combatants, they may be more likely to join rebellious groups, commit crime, and otherwise threaten political stability. In Liberia...

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