Development Without Industrialization? Household Well-Being and Premature Deindustrialization

  title={Development Without Industrialization? Household Well-Being and Premature Deindustrialization},
  author={Joshua Greenstein},
  journal={Journal of Economic Issues},
  pages={612 - 633}
Abstract: The effect of premature deindustrialization on the distribution of gains from growth has thus far been understudied. Using census data from eleven countries spanning five decades and shift-share analysis, I find evidence of persistent gaps in multidimensional well-being in household categories defined by employment type and urban/rural location, and a cross-country pattern of less improvement due to expansion of industrial employment over time, without adequate replacement. Taken… 

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