Estado, garantia de renda e geração de oportunidades: a estratégia da Prefeitura de Osasco/SP no período 2005-2012
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his research approaches the Social and Productive Strategy coordinated by Osasco’s Town Hall Department of Development, Labor and Inclusion. This sub national experience covered a group of articulated programs in the field of income redistribution, youth, professional training, digital inclusion, labor intermediation, solidarity economy, and productive microcredit. The main goal of this work was to identify the factors associated with the insertion of the Bolsa Família Program (BFP) beneficiaries in the formal labor market, determining the reason of chances relative to each factor as predictive to labor inclusion. The central variable of interest was the participation in labor inclusion programs implemented by Osasco’s Town Hall and its partners. In general, this is a quantitative research that addresses an eight year period (2005-2012), with the range of 45.077 beneficiaries of BFP in working age that went through productive inclusion programs. A logistic regression analysis was conducted after governmental data banks. The relevant variables in the data banks were organized in two dimensions of analysis that include variables of participation in productive inclusion programs and beneficiaries’ personal attributes. The results demonstrate that BFP beneficiaries’ insertion in the labor Market demand public policies that can interfere in their associated factors. It was also observed that professional training programs and labor intermediation featured in Osasco’s experience were proved successful for the share of BFP beneficiaries that increased their chances of insertion in the formal labor market. The personal attributes variables such as education level, age, and sex of beneficiaries were also statistically significant.