De-routinization of jobs and polarization of earnings

evidence from 35 countries

The job polarization hypothesis suggests a U-shaped pattern of employment growth along the earnings/skill distribution, which is driven by simultaneous growth in the employment of high-skill/high-earnings and low-skill/low-earnings occupations due to Routine-Biased Technological Change (RBTC) [Acemo...

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Main Author: Longmuir, Maximilian
Format: Publication
Language: English
Place of publication: Luxembourg Luxembourg Income Study (LIS), asbl 2020
Data of publication: 2020
Series: LIS working paper series
Online Access: available in Bonn?
Database: ECONIS
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