Devenir auto-entrepreneur, un travail de conversion ? : Le cas des jeunes diplômés en urbanisme

Abstract : This article reveals the multiple uses and meanings of the “self-entrepreneur” plan, a French fiscal regime for small scale business. It focuses on young graduates entering the job market by registering to this plan. Three ideal-typical patterns of the young graduates’ social uses of the self-entrepreneur plan are identified and discussed in this article: the “independent salaried”, the “entrepreneurial unemployed” and the “converted independent”. This categorization helps to understand the processes of what appears to be a conversion to self-entrepreneurship.
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Elsa Vivant. Devenir auto-entrepreneur, un travail de conversion ? : Le cas des jeunes diplômés en urbanisme. Socio-économie du travail , Classiques Garnier, 2017, Être entrepreneur de soi-même, l’auto-emploi, 2016 (1), pp.61-93. ⟨10.15122/isbn.978-2-406-06859-4.p.0061⟩. ⟨hal-01678750⟩

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