Unemployment, Fate or Necessity ?

“Unemployment, Fate or Necessity ?” is a 2005 book originally titled “Le chômage, fatalité ou nécessité ?”, written by the french economists Pierre Cahuc and André Zylberberg. Below is a review of the book.

Every day, in France, 10 000 jobs are destroyed and 10 000 jobs are created.

Between 1970 and 2000, the French economy has destroyed, each year, approximately 15% of its jobs … and created 15,5% more jobs, to ensure a net increase in employment of 0,5% per year.

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Determinants of Health (GSS)

Using the General Social Survey data, I try to investigate which factor is the most determinant of health. The present analysis had been edited since I got the SPSS data format available here. (click on “Cumulative Data Set (cross-sectional samples from all years): GSS 1972-2012 Cross-Sectional Cumulative Data (Release 2, June 2013)”. All of the following is done in SPSS, rather than SPA program.

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Can People Be Trusted (GSS)

Using the General Social Survey data, I try to investigate which factor is the most determinant of health. The present analysis had been edited since I got the SPSS data format available here. (click on “Cumulative Data Set (cross-sectional samples from all years): GSS 1972-2012 Cross-Sectional Cumulative Data (Release 2, June 2013)”. All of the following is done in SPSS, rather than SPA program.

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