Restructuring of the matching model

ABIDI, Monem; LABIDI, Mohamed Ali
February 2013
Economics & Finance Review;Feb2013, Vol. 2 Issue 12, p1
Academic Journal
Within the framework the matching model, we can find job vacancies, but because of the poor flow of information, the jobs offered will never be adapted to the job offer. This structure is precisely the field of action of the matching function, which relates the number of job done on one side and the supply and demand on the other side. An attempt to review the theory under the criterion skilled and unskilled unemployment will be presented, as well as its application to Tunisia.


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