Analyse microéconomique de la dynamique de participation aux revenus minima : la question des enchainements

Abstract : His point of my ph. d. dissertation is the study of short term recidivism in welfare system. To study this topic, I divided my analysis in two parts: the first one is theoretical, the second one is empirical. In the first part of my thesis, i study the decision to return to welfare in two ways. In the first chapter, I develop two static conceptual frameworks: in one hand, a model of welfare behavior which is derived from the job search theory, in the other hand, a model of welfare behavior which emphasizes the role of uncertainty. In the second chapter, I analyses how welfare spell length could affect decisions by modeling ones constraints and preferences. In the second part of my thesis, I measure and explain short term recidivism. I use longitudinal data from a French panel, + i.e. panel des ménages lorrains ; which is available for six years (1985- 1990). In the third chapter, I develop criterions to measure the size of this phenomenon in our data basis. The fourth chapter is a descriptive and parametric analysis of recidivism in the French system. I find that repeat dependency on welfare is determined by a weak and unstable standard of living
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Cécile Bourreau. Analyse microéconomique de la dynamique de participation aux revenus minima : la question des enchainements. Economies et finances. Université Nancy 2, 1998. Français. ⟨NNT : 1998NAN20010⟩. ⟨tel-01776990⟩

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