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Accidents and illnesses at the workplace Evidence from Italy

  • Martina Cioni

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  • Marco savioli

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The 2007 Italian Labour Force Survey contains employee-level data that allow us to analyse the determinants of work safety. Among the most significant determinants of accidents and illnesses occurring at work we find bad working conditions, not being in the first job, dissatisfaction with the current job, gender, and a latent proneness observed with occurrence of accident on the way to work. In line with the majority of economic literature, we do not find having a fixed-term contract significant. Other important findings point out that work accidents and work illnesses are two deeply correlated phenomena, and that there is a structural break after three years of tenure to be taken into account.

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Paper provided by Department of Economics, University of Siena in its series Department of Economics University of Siena with number 608.

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