Is there a positive outcome for employees in the form of wage from ISO 9000 certification?
Pekovic, Sanja; Urdanivia, Michal W. (2008-04), Is there a positive outcome for employees in the form of wage from ISO 9000 certification?, 57ème congrès de l'Association Française de Science Économique (AFSE), 2008-09, Paris, France
TypeCommunication / Conférence
Conference title57ème congrès de l'Association Française de Science Économique (AFSE)
MetadataShow full item record
Abstract (EN)Anecdotal evidence suggests that ISO 9000 certified firms can achieve economic benefits for employer (Diaye et al., 2008; Terlaak and King, 2006; Corbett et al., 2005) but is there a positive outcome for employees in the form of wage? A cross sectional survey called the “Changement Organisationnel et Informatisation” (COI 1997) is used to collect the required information to answer this question. Furthermore we track time effect to develop analysis of the impact of the Early and New Adopters of ISO 9000 certification on employees’ wage. We employ propensity score estimates and find evidence that ISO 9000 certification is positively associated with higher wages. Moreover, three years delay, gives no impact advantage to Early Adopters comparing to New Adopters.
Subjects / KeywordsISO 9000; Wage; High Performance Work Practices
Showing items related by title and author.
Sharing the “fame” of the ISO Standard Adoption: Quality Supply Chain Effect Evidence from the French Employer Survey Greenan, Nathalie; Diaye, Marc-Arthur; Pekovic, Sanja (2011-02) Communication / Conférence
Stanovčić, Tatjana; Perović, Đurđica; Moric, Ilija; Pekovic, Sanja (2010) Article accepté pour publication ou publié