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Publicado: 25-03-2020

Ciclos económicos y dinámica laboral: inmigrantes latinoamericanos en Estados Unidos en la post recesión

Instituto de Investigaciones Sociales /Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
post recesión mercado de trabajo inmigración latinoamericana Estados Unidos

Resumen

La debilidad del mercado de trabajo es uno de los rasgos que distinguen a la fase recuperación económica que sucedió a la Gran Recesión, reconocible entre otros aspectos en el lento descenso de la tasa de desempleo, la caída de la participación económica y de las tasas de empleo poblacional. Para valorar la situación de los inmigrantes latinoamericanos, en dicho contexto se emprende un análisis multivariado de la probabilidad de pasar del empleo a la inactividad económica en cuatro momentos: precrisis (2007), crisis (2009) y crecimiento (2014 y 2016), ajustados de manera independiente para hombres y mujeres. Los resultados corroboran el incremento general de dicha probabilidad, entre 2007 y 2016, la mayor vulnerabilidad de los inmigrantes latinoamericanos a los altibajos del ciclo y un balance en conjunto menos favorable para la fuerza de trabajo femenina que masculina en la post recesión.

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Cómo citar

Ariza, M. (2020). Ciclos económicos y dinámica laboral: inmigrantes latinoamericanos en Estados Unidos en la post recesión. Estudios Sociológicos De El Colegio De México, 38(113), 409–448. https://doi.org/10.24201/es.2020v38n113.1837
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