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Effetti dell’offshoring sull’occupazione manifatturiera italiana negli anni 2000-2011

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  • Paola Anitori

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Questo studio si propone di stimare gli effetti dell’offshoring sulla domanda di lavoro manifatturiera tra il 2000 e il 2011 utilizzando una base di dati disaggregata a 94 settori, frutto dell’integrazione di stime provenienti dalle statistiche sui conti economici delle imprese e sul commercio con l’estero, e un indicatore "diretto" dell’intensità di offshoring calcolato secondo i più recenti sviluppi metodologici. I principali risultati dell’analisi econometrica rivelano che l’offshoring ha esercitato pressioni sulla domanda di lavoro intra-settoriale in tutto il periodo osservato. In particolare, è la crescita dell’offshoring legato alle economie emergenti a condizionarne maggiormente la dinamica, specialmente con riferimento ai settori tradizionali del made in Italy nel periodo che precede l’ultima recessione mondiale. Nel medio periodo emergono altresì evidenze relative alla presenza di effetti di sostituzione indotti dall’innovazione tecnologica.

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  • Paola Anitori, 2016. "Effetti dell’offshoring sull’occupazione manifatturiera italiana negli anni 2000-2011," ECONOMIA E SOCIETÀ REGIONALE, FrancoAngeli Editore, vol. 2016(3), pages 144-180.
  • Handle: RePEc:fan:eseses:v:html10.3280/es2016-003009
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