This paper investigates the effect of displacement on workplace injury risk and earnings using Italian administrative data on work histories merged with data on individual job-related accidents. Compared to a control group of non-displaced workers selected with propensity score matching techniques, re-employed displaced workers are exposed to moderate earnings losses and experience approximately a 79% increase in workplace injuries. This sizeable reduction in the quality of non-pecuniary working conditions is driven by the transition to new occupations and the risk imposed by new work environments.
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|Titolo:||The pecuniary and non-pecuniary costs of job displacement—The risky job of being back to work|
|Rivista:||EUROPEAN ECONOMIC REVIEW|
|Citazione:||Roberto, L., Razzolini, T., & Francesco, S. (2013). The pecuniary and non-pecuniary costs of job displacement—The risky job of being back to work. EUROPEAN ECONOMIC REVIEW, 61, 205-216.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|