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THE LABOR DEMAND CURVE IS DOWNWARD SLOPING : REEXAMINING THE IMPACT OF IMMIGRATION ON THE LABOR MARKET

@inproceedings{Samuelson2003THELD,
  title={THE LABOR DEMAND CURVE IS DOWNWARD SLOPING : REEXAMINING THE IMPACT OF IMMIGRATION ON THE LABOR MARKET},
  author={P. Samuelson},
  year={2003}
}
  • P. Samuelson
  • Published 2003
  • Immigration is not evenly balanced across groups of workers who have the same education but differ in their work experience, and the nature of the supply imbalance changes over time. This paper develops a new approach for estimating the labor market impact of immigration by exploiting this variation in supply shifts across education-experience groups. I assume that similarly educated workers with different levels of experience participate in a national labor market and are not perfect… CONTINUE READING
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