Who Trades with Whom? Exploring the Links between Firms' International Activities, Skills, and Wages
Using firm‐level data on the Italian manufacturing industry, we examine how trade activities are related to workforce composition and wages. We contribute to empirical research on these issues in three ways. First, we provide new evidence that is consistent with multi‐attribute models on firm hetero...
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Oxford, UK Blackwell Publishing Ltd 01.11.2010
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|published in:||Review of international economics Vol. 18; no. 5; pp. 951 - 971|
|Data of publication:||November 2010|
This work was funded by EU‐DG Research and by the Italian Ministry of Research. We are grateful to ISTAT for providing access to company data under a confidentiality agreement. We thank R. Monducci from ISTAT, G. Dosi, A. Secchi, and M. Grazzi from LEM, Scuola Superiore S.Anna. Support from ISE‐University of Urbino is gratefully acknowledged. We also want to thank D. Castellani for his suggestions. The usual disclaimers apply.
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