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New organizational practices and working conditions: evidence from France in the 1990s

Philippe Askenazy (), Eve Caroli () and Vincent Marcus

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Abstract: We investigate the impact of new work practices on working conditions. We use a unique French dataset providing information on individual workers for year 1998. New Work practices which play a key role in the success of the new economy, include job rotation and the use of quality norms. Working conditions are captures by occupational injuries as well as for employees and jobs characteristics and correcting for sample section bias, workers involved in the new work practices still face working conditions that are significantly worse than those of non innovative workers.

JEL-codes: J28 L23 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 52 pages
Date: 2001
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