Skill intensity and industrial price growth
Alan B. Krueger, Princeton University. Industrial Relations Section, Industrial Relations Research Association. Spring Meeting
Industrial Relations Section, Dept. of Economics, Princeton University, 1995 - Antiques & Collectibles - 8 pages
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average education average wage growth coefficients column cost of capital countries have experienced decile 9 decline degree or higher Dependent variable duction estimate finished processor forms of technological four-digit SIC fraction of production growth and skill growth in wages high-school dropouts implied increased intemational Industrial Price Growth INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS SECTION industry in decile intemational trade Intensity and Industrial intermediate goods prices Krueger labor in sales labor market shift Lawrence and Slaughter less skill-intensive less skilled workers maintain constant profits measure of skill median wage median weekly earnings nonproduction p-value prime loan rate PRINCETON production workers proﬁt proportionate growth Regressions of Price relationship between price Sachs and Shatz share and intermediate share of production share of sales share of workers skill intensity skill-biased technological change skill-intensive industries skilled labor's share Slaughter 1993 slower price growth unskilled labor's share unskilled workers value of shipments VVorkers WAGE INEQUALITY wage structure