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|Title:||All that glitters is not gold. Influence of working from home on income inequality at the time of Covid - 19|
|Citation:||Bonacini L., Gallo G., Scicchitano S.(2020), All that glitters is not gold. Influence of working from home on income inequality at the time of Covid - 19, Roma, Inapp, WP, 50 <https://oa.inapp.org/handle/20.500.12916/709>|
|Abstract:||The recent global Covid-19 pandemic forced most of governments in developed countries to introduce severe measures limiting people mobility freedom in order to contain the infection spread. Consequently, working from home (WFH) procedures became of great importance for a large part of employees, since they represent the only option to both continue working and keep staying home. Based on influence function regression methods, our paper explores the role of WFH attitude across labour income distribution in Italy. Results show that increasing WFH attitudes of occupations would lead to a rise of wage inequality among Italian employees.|
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