GEAR member Ángela García Alaminos has recently published in an open repository a “Social Indicators of Working Conditions Database”. This database compiles five indicators regarding working conditions: fatal occupational injuries, non-fatal occupational injuries, forced labor, part-time employment, and temporary employment. Each of the five indicators is provided for 44 regions and disaggregated by economic activity, which makes this dataset a social satellite account suitable with multi-regional input-output models.
Main sources are specified in the dataset. For further information about the generation process of the dataset, please contact the author at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The database can be found in Mendeley Data (http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/6h5msdfjk2.1) under CC BY 4.0 Licence. To use the data, please cite García-Alaminos, Ángela (2019), “Social Indicators of Working Conditions Database ”, Mendeley Data, v1.