Technology and changes in skill structure: evidence from an international panel of industries
Centre for Economic Policy Research, 1996 - Wages - 38 pages
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aggregate Alog(Y)it annual wagebill Appendix Table bill and employment CHANGES IN SKILL complementarity correlation Current Population Surveys Data Appendix dataset David Card David Wilkinson Descriptive Statistics dummies Education Based Educational Qualification educational share Eli Berman evidence figures four countries Full set growth industry level John Bound John Van Reenen labour market institutions LEVERHULME TRUST measure of technology measures of skill non-production wage bill non-production worker shares numbers observations OECD OLS weighted overall change P-values panel data panel dataset PANEL OF INDUSTRIES percent physical capital Prod Prod production workers proportion of non-production R&D intensity Rank Contrib regressions are OLS relative wage terms residual Richard Freeman sample SBTC sectors Shares In Manufacturing shifts skill structure spillover variable STAN database standard errors Table 5(a technical change technology measures trade unions UK Denmark Sweden union coverage value added wage and employment wage bill share wage inequality wagebill and employment