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Title: Low-skill jobs and routine tasks specialization: new insights from Italian provinces
Authors: Brunetti, Irene
Cirillo, Valeria
Intraligi, Valerio
Ricci, Andrea
Keywords: Analisi delle mansioni
Innovazione tecnologica
Mercato del lavoro
Issue Date: 29-May-2019
Citation: Brunetti I., Cirillo V., Intraligi V., Ricci A., Low-skill jobs and Routine tasks specialization: New insights from Italian provinces, Intervento a "Labor market challenges in times of globalization, technological and demographic change", Prague, 29 May 2019 <>
Abstract: Though the past decades Italy showed a lag in innovation, the 2000’s technology may have started spreading some effect on the occupational composition of employment. Past researches did not find evidence of skill-biased change. Since no paper so far ever addressed the topic of "routinazation" (and its link with labor market polarization) in Italy, this presentation analyses the period 2004-2016 assessing the routinisation hypothesis for the Italian labor market.
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