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International economic activities and the demand for skilled labor
|Statement||Pablo Fajnzylber and Ana Margarida Fernandes.|
|Series||Policy research working paper ;, 3426, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 3426.|
|Contributions||Fernandes, Ana Margarida., World Bank.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2004620171|
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[Pablo Fajnzylber; Ana Margarida Fernandes; World Bank. Development Research Group. Growth and Investment Team.] -- "Increases in international economic integration can lead to greater specialization according to comparative advantage, but also to the diffusion of skill.
Increases in international economic integration can lead to greater specialization according to comparative advantage, but also to the diffusion of skill-biased technologies.
In developing countries characterized by relative abundance of unskilled labor, these factors can have opposite effects on the relative demand for skilled by: International Economic Activities and the Demand for Skilled labor: Evidence from Brazil and China Fajnzylber, Pablo; Fernandes, Ana M.
() Increases in international economic integration can lead to greater specialization according to comparative. International economic activities and the demand for skilled labor: evidence from Brazil and China (English) Abstract.
Increases in international economic integration can lead to greater specialization according to comparative advantage, but also to the diffusion of skill-biased technologies. International Economic Activities and the Demand for Skilled Labor: Evidence from Brazil and China Pablo Fajnzylber Ana M. Fernandes TheWorldBank TheWorldBank Septem Abstract Increases in international economic integration can lead to greater specialization accord-ing to comparative advantage, but also to the di ﬀusion of skill.
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Journal 1 of 1. Author(s) Fajnzylber, Pablo. Using two new firm-level datasets, this article investigates the impact of three international economic activities – the use of imported inputs, exports and foreign direct investment – on skilled labour demand in Brazil and China.
We find that Brazilian firms that engage in these activities exhibit a higher skilled labour demand than firms that do not. For labor/human capital to be used efficiently, it warrants the acquisition of knowledge, skills, and capabilities that employers need in our current economic times.
Pablo Fajnzylber & Ana Fernandes, "International economic activities and skilled labour demand: evidence from Brazil and China," Applied Economics, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol.
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