Technology and changes in skill structure: evidence from seven OECD countries
Stephen Machin, John Van Reenen, London School of Economics and Political Science. Centre for Economic Performance, University of Oxford. Institute of Economics and Statistics
Centre for Economic Performance [and] University of Oxford Institute for Economics and Statistics, 1997 - Business & Economics - 48 pages
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Andrew Oswald Appendix Table bill and employment bill share equation Change Between lndustry change in non-production Change Total Change Changes in Skill changing skill structures correlation Current Population Survey Data Appendix dataset David Card Descriptive Statistics disaggregated Education Employment Shares education shares effect employment share equation evidence France Germany Japan Sweden important Japan Sweden UK Japanese Wage Census John Van Reenen labour market institutions LEVERHULME TRUST lndustry Within lndustry logY(t manufacturing Mary Gregory measure of technology measures of skill Non-Prod Prod Non-Prod non-production and production Non-Production Employment Shares Non-Production Wage Bill non-production workers numbers observed OECD P-Value panel data panel dataset Productio production workers R&D intensity relative wage terms seven countries skill upgrading skill-biased standard errors Stephen Machin Stephen Nickell Structure of Wages technical change technological change technology measures Thomas Lemieux 1996 trade union coverage value added wage and employment wage bill share wage inequality within-industry Zvi Griliches