Offshoring, job satisfaction and job insecurity

  title={Offshoring, job satisfaction and job insecurity},
  author={Santiago Budr{\'i}a and Juliette Milgram Baleix},
  • Santiago Budría, Juliette Milgram Baleix
  • Published 2020
  • Business
  • Economics
  • Abstract This paper investigates the effects of offshoring on individual job satisfaction and perceived risk of job loss. The authors merge microdata from the German Socio-economic Panel dataset (SOEP) with indicators of insertion in global value chains at the industry level for the period 2000–2013. They test two hypotheses. First, the authors investigate whether workers in industries with higher offshoring intensity report lower job satisfaction and/or are more prone to be unsecure at their… CONTINUE READING
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