Endogenously Biased Technical Progress and the Macroeconomic Structure of Employment and Wages
This paper analyses the interaction between the changing structure of employment and wages, and a biased technical progress. The fact that there have been large changes in the macroeconomic structure of employment and wages has been widely documented.
KeywordsIncome Expense OECD Berman Baumol
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