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AY New Publication: Trabajo en plataformas digitales: ¿una oportunidad para la oferta laboral femenina?

ICE, Revista de Economía Este artículo ofrece una descripción del trabajo en plataformas digitales en España y propone una discusión de los retos frente a las oportunidades que este tipo

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La COVID-19 afecta al perfil de los peregrinos

La pandemia del Covid-19 ha tenido -y está teniendo– un enorme impacto a nivel mundial, cuyo alcance, duración y profundidad aún se desconocen. El Camino de Santiago, como fenómeno global

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AYeconomics has an award-winning team!

The XIV Labour Economics Meeting, organised by the Asociación Española de Economía del Trabajo (AEET), has given the Accésit award of the IX Premio Lluís Fina to Yolanda Pena-Boquete from

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Youth labour market and crises: Interview to Yolanda Pena-Boquete in Galician TV

During the interview, Yolanda Pena-Boquete explains the main results of the “Report about the employability of Galician young people”, developed for AYeconomics Research Centre in collaboration with IDEGA-Universidade de Santiago

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Does agglomeration matters for KIBS’s productivity?

Most studies regarding agglomeration and productivity are focused on service sector as a whole and on manufacturing sector. Few papers have paid attention to knowledge-intensive business services (KIBS), which are

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Public subsidies are important in inducing firm-level innovation in transition economies

This paper evaluates the impact of public subsidies on innovation and performance indicators of 2729 firms across 29 transition economies in Eastern Europe and Central Asia during 2009 and 2013.

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Today at @game_idega & AYeconomics seminar,@ManuFloresMallo  from the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya presented his ongoing study using a policy reform in Spain where he highlighted that “Decreasing unemployment benefit generosity worsens health”

While there is much micro evidence in the literature on the labor market effects of unemployment insurance (UI) generosity, we still know little about whether and how UI generosity affects

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Hiring subsidies targeting the long-term unemployed in depressed areas are effective in improving their chances of getting a permanent job and lead to net employment creation

We provide new evidence on the effectiveness of hiring subsidies that target the long-term unemployed, analysing a generous policy that was in force until the end of 2014 in Italy.

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