Does Temporary Employment Affect the Work-related Training of Low-skilled Employees?

Using the German Mikrozensus 2004, this paper analyses the effect of temporary contracts on work-related training for low-skilled workers. To take systematic differences between temporary and permanent employees into account, we estimate a bivariate probit model for whether fixed-term employment affects participation in work-related training. We conclude that holding a temporary contract does not have systematic disadvantages in access to further training.

15. April 2008

Authors Eva Reinowski Jan Sauermann

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