Structural Decomposition of Employment Variation by Educational Level in Brazil, to the Years 2000 and 2009
de Araujo Oliveira, J. G.; Ronchesel, M. R. ; da Cunha, L. L. 2021. Decomposição Estrutural da Variação do Emprego por Nível Educacional no Brasil, para os anos de 2000 e 2009. ECONOMIA & REGIÃO, 9(1): 227-248.
Posted: 23 Jan 2021
Date Written: November 13, 2020
The objective of this paper analyzes the Structural Decomposition (SDA) of the employment variation between thirty sectors of the aggregate demand, to the years 2000 and 2009 about the employment variation per educational level in Brazil. From this analyze it is possible to verify the intensity effect, technological effect, final demand structural effect and final demand variation effect. Was used the input-output matrix taken out from NEREUS and RAIS. The period analyzed showed an increase of the qualified labor, but this increase does not follow the generation of work stations. Public administration is the sector that most employs all educational salary levels at the fundamental level. The sector in focus is civil construction and services, moving to commerce at the middle level, and public administration itself at the top level.
Keywords: Regional Economics. Education. Wages. Input-Output Models
JEL Classification: P25, P36, Q52
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