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WIFO Research Seminar, Österreichisches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung, Wien, 19.10.2021 13:30
Online via Microsoft Teams, link will be submitted after registration (veranstaltungen@wifo.ac.at)
Veranstalter: Österreichisches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung
Online seit: 11.10.2021 0:00
Research question(s): Does the inclusion of non-robotising sectors lead to a bias in the estimation of robotisation effects on productivity, prices and labour market outcomes when analysing industry level data? • Approach: Empirical estimation using OLS, Panel-Data-, and Instrumental Variable Regression. • Data: Country-industry level data on robot adoption from the International Federation of Robotics (IFR) merged with EU-Klems-data on productivity, prices, and labour market outcomes. • Main result(s): Restricting the estimation sample to sectors which actually experience relevant changes in robotisation (i.e. removing non-robotising sectors) leads to firstly, a reduction in the size of the estimated productivity effects, secondly, no significant effect on prices, and thirdly, drastically changes the estimated employment and wage effects.
WIFO Research Seminar, Österreichisches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung, Wien, 03.11.2021 13:30
Online via Microsoft Teams, link will be submitted after registration (veranstaltungen@wifo.ac.at)
Veranstalter: Österreichisches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung
Online seit: 15.10.2021 0:00
Research question(s): What is the individual-level consequences of job insecurity, and how can these be explained? • Approach (empirical or theoretical models, simulation, etc.): This talk will give an overview over psychological research on job insecurity and its multiple consequences for individuals. It will focus foremostly on perceived subjective job insecurity embedded in an economic and regional context and offer psychological models to better understand its consequences. • Data (if empirical, what data is used; level of aggregation; most important variables): The talk will mostly draw on longitudinal quantitative surveys conducted among employees of different occupations and with different levels of job insecurity. It will also include findings of country-level/regional surveys and experimental studies to highlight the contextual influence on individual perception. Issues of endogeneity will be discussed. • Main result(s): Subjectively perceived job insecurity has mainly detrimental health and organizational behavioural outcomes, and certainly no motivational potential. Moreover, due to its identity threatening aspect, job insecurity can affect outcomes also outside work, including political attitudes and tolerance towards others. • Policy implication(s) (if any): Policymakers need to be aware that a rise in perceived job insecurity will bring detrimental health and performance consequences and might also undermine people's political attitudes and trust in the state over the longer term.
WIFO
Präsentation der WIFO-Konjunkturprognose vom Dezember 2021 (Presentation of the WIFO Economic Outlook December 2021)
Pressekonferenzen, 15.12.2021
Online seit: 12.01.2021 0:00