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Find this: http://www.legrandsoir.info/article.php3?id_article=1722

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Oui, la RTT a créé des emplois : 350 000 selon la DARES, 400 000 selon la CDC, 500 000 selon l'IRES.

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Type "35 heures DARES"

Find this great site with lots of links: http://hussonet.free.fr/35h.htm

Open this one in particular: http://hussonet.free.fr/35asken.pdf (pdf)

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Abstract: This text gives an analytical review of the first main estimations of the impacts of the Aubry's law on employment in France. Both macro and micro approaches seem to converge to about 300 000 net job creations in the short-term, mainly in pioneer firms ("Aubry I" firms). However, because these first movers have made the choice to anticipate the legal commitment, these estimations can be affected by an auto-selection bias. The latter have not been yet robustly corrected. Further researches are thus required to confirm positive impacts of shorter working time on employment.

As one would say: pas besoin d'avoir fait Polytechnique...

In the long run, we're all dead. John Maynard Keynes

by Jerome a Paris (etg@eurotrib.com) on Mon Mar 27th, 2006 at 07:59:36 AM EST
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