DIMJOB - Social, demographic and health dimensions of technology-induced job loss - project description
Continuing rapid technological progress in IT, automation and robotics has the potential to displace workers in an increasing number of occupations and skill categories in the coming decades.
This project aims to assess:
a) How this risk is distributed across regions, households and family constellations
b) How the risk at the individual level differs by gender, immigrant status, and individual-level factors such as education, cognitive ability, and personality
c) The extent to which these same factors predict how individuals respond to and are impacted by job loss in the shorter and longer term
d) How parental job displacement affects social and health outcomes among children.
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Line C. Gjerde, Avdeling for psykiske lidelser, Norwegian Institute of Public Health
Bernt Bratsberg, Ragnar Frisch Centre for Economic Research
Sara Cools, Institute for Social Research
Ole Jørgen Røgeberg, Ragnar Frisch Centre for Economic Research