Is the Spanish job creation model fragile? The case of tourism
30 June 2017
The situation on the Spanish labour market is being debated by specialists and policy makers with respect to two central questions: on the one hand, the type of employment that is being generated following the crisis and, on the other hand, the medium-to-long term sustainability of this job creation.
This working paper intends to shed light on the evolution of the Spanish labour market, its fundamental determinants, and the effects of productivity for the tourism sector, highlighting models in regions where this sector experiences strong growth.
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