- 10.2873/147718, 978-92-76-60466-2
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- Publication date
- 22 December 2022
- Mariam Camarero | Antonia López-Villavicencio | Cecilio Tamarit
This paper estimates the impact of participation in Global Value Chains (GVCs) on unemployment. It shows that a higher participation reduces the unemployment rate in less advanced EU economies, while it increases it in core countries.
Globalization and unemployment in the EU: new insights on the role of global value chains and workforce composition