Alternative Measures of Offshorability: A Survey Approach

@article{Blinder2013AlternativeMO,
  title={Alternative Measures of Offshorability: A Survey Approach},
  author={A. Blinder and A. Krueger},
  journal={Journal of Labor Economics},
  year={2013},
  volume={31},
  pages={S97 - S128}
}
This article reports on household survey measurements of the “offshorability” of jobs, defined as the ability to perform the work from abroad. We develop multiple measures of offshorability, using both self-reporting and professional coders. All measures find that roughly 25% of US jobs are offshorable. Our three preferred measures agree between 70% and 80% of the time. Professional coders appear to provide the most accurate assessments. Empirically, more educated workers appear to hold… Expand
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