Organisational Change and Older WorkersTraining: Evidence from a Matched Employer-Employee Survey

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In economies where labour forces are rapidly ageing, one policyrelevant question regarding technological and organisational innovations has to do with their labour-market consequences: do they a¤ect the structure of employment and, as a consequence, do they hurt the employment prospects of older workers? This study discusses and tests a set of hypotheses… (More)

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@inproceedings{Magnani2007OrganisationalCA, title={Organisational Change and Older WorkersTraining: Evidence from a Matched Employer-Employee Survey}, author={Elisabetta Magnani}, year={2007} }