Análisis espacial de la habitualidad de la ocupación formal femenina en los municipios del departamento de Córdoba en 2016
Vergara Anaya, Kelly Johana | 2020-10-08
This article analyzes the habituality of women’s formal occupation in the municipalities of the department of Córdoba, in 2016, being the latest data published by Fuente de Información Laboral de Colombia (FILCO) on this subject. Spatial autocorrelation techniques, such as the Morans I, cluster and outlier analysis (Anselin local Morans I), were used for their development, since they analyze the presence of clustering or associations of 2 a variable, through different spatial entities, It is complemented with the identification of hot spots, by means of the high/low clustering (Getis-Ord general G) and the hot spot analysis (Getis-Ord Gi*) identifying hot and cold spots, from high and low values. The results show a pattern of randomness in the periods of 1, 5, 10 and 12 months, with high values in the municipality of Montería, low values in the north of the department. The largest number of formal occupations was found in 10-month contracts. There is a thematic inequality between municipalities due to the variability of values, making San José de Uré the municipality with the lowest demand for formal female jobs.