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This paper studies the impact of globalisation on wage inequality in eight now-developed countries during the century prior to. Globalisation and Wage Inequalities, 1870-1970 (August 1998). Institute of Development Studies Working Paper No. 73.

Globalisation and Wage Inequalities, 1870-1970 (August 1998).

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This article analyses the effects of globalisation on wage inequality in a group of eight now-developed countries .

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Wage inequality Globalisation Technological change General equilibrium Anderson E (2001) Globalisation and wage inequalities, 1870–1970. Eur Rev Econ Hist 5(1):91–118

Wage inequality Globalisation Technological change General equilibrium. A previous version of the paper has been published as a working paper in FUNCAS, num. 352/2007. Appendix 1: Parameters, variables and equations. Anderson E (2001) Globalisation and wage inequalities, 1870–1970. Eur Rev Econ Hist 5(1):91–118. doi: 1. 1 CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

This paper studies the impact of globalisation on wage inequality in eight now-developed countries during the . Anderson, E. (1998) Globalisation and Wage Inequalities, 1870-1970, IDS Working Paper 73, Brighton: IDS. Is part of series. IDS working papers;73.

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This paper studies the welfare implications of trade opening in a world in which trade raises aggregate income but also increases income inequality, and in which redistribution needs to occur via a distortionary income tax-transfer system

This paper studies the welfare implications of trade opening in a world in which trade raises aggregate income but also increases income inequality, and in which redistribution needs to occur via a distortionary income tax-transfer system. We provide tools to characterize and quantify the effects of trade opening on the distribution of disposable income (after redistribution)

Globalization and Inequality. Michael Kremer Harvard University .

Globalization and Inequality. and Brookings Institution. In this paper, we outline an alternative theory that seems more consistent with what has actually happened. Глобализация и неравенство. Time series studies finding that wage inequality increases after globalization in developing countries include work on Argentina (Robbins, Gonzales, and Menendez, 1995), Chile (Robbins, 1995a), Colombia (Robbins, 1996a), Costa Rica (Robbins and Gindling, 1997) and Uruguay (Robbins, 1995b, 1996b). 1 Wood (1997) surveys the literature and concludes that increased openness is associated with.

Globalisation and Wage Inequalities 1870-1970 (IDS Working Papers) ebook
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