It is a necessary to the evolution of the production process using automation and global production networks to maintain the competitiveness of industries and individual firms. However, these efforts to improve the competitiveness of firms have a variety of effects on wages, job status, safety and working conditions. There is ongoing research into how changes to the production process affects labor markets using task-based approach. This suggests that new production processes enabled by automation and global production networks have not entirely substituted low-skilled and low-educated workers, but could influence certain tasks that workers performed. These changes are called Routine-Biased Technological Changes.
This paper analyzes the effects of the evolution production process by automation and global production networks on labor markets. To this end, we use the robot data from International Robot Federation, Foreign Direct Investment by the Export-Import Bank of Korea and the Local Area Labour Force Survey from Statistics Korea.
생산방식 진화와 노동시장의 변화(The evolution of production process and Its impact on the labor markets)
세종 : 산업연구원
|Series Title; No||연구보고서 / 2018-873|
|Subject Country||South Korea(Asia and Pacific)|
|Subject||Economy < Economic Administration
Economy < Economic System