Can International Factor Mobility Reduce Wage Inequality in a Dual Economy?
This paper analyzes the consequences of international factor movements on the skilled–unskilled wage inequality in a dual‐economy set‐up that includes unemployment and three intersectorally mobile factors of production—unskilled labor, skilled labor, and capital. Thus far, theoretical literature on...
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Oxford, UK Blackwell Publishing Ltd 01.11.2008
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|published in:||Review of international economics Vol. 16; no. 5; pp. 893 - 903|
|Data of publication:||November 2008|
We wish to thank an anonymous referee for many helpful comments and suggestions. Yabuuchi's research was financially supported by the Japan Economic Research Foundation and the Grants‐in‐Aid for Scientific Research (c‐19530210 and 19530255) from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.
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