Globalization and Labor Markets
March 2001, Wiley-Blackwell
2. The Trade and Labor Approaches to Wage Inequality: Jonathan Haskel (University of London).
3. Trade Liberalization and Technology Choice: Rodney Falvey and Geoff Reed, (University of Nottingham).
4. Dynamics of Intra-Industry Trade and Labor market Adjustment: Marius Bruelhart (University of Lausanne).
5. On the Economic Relationship between Marginal Intra-Industry Trade and Labor Adjustment: Mary Lovely (Syracuse University) and Douglas Nelson (Tulane University).
6. Multinationals and Competition from High and Low Wage Locations: Henrik Braconier and Karolina Ekholm (Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm, Sweden).
7. The Choice of Structural Model in Trade-Wage Decompositions: Lisandro Abrego (University of Warwick) and John Whalley (University of Warwick and University of Western Ontario).
8. Policy Implications of the Trade and Wage Debate: Alan Deardorff (University of Michigan).
9. The Effect of International Trade on Labor Demand Elasticities: Sebastien Jean (Centre d'Etudes Prospectives et d'Informations Internationales, Paris).
10. Smooth and Sticky Adjustment: A Comparative Analysis of the US and UK: Michelle Haynes, Richard Upward and Peter Wright (University of Nottingham).
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