The Impact of Chinese Import Competition on the Local Structure of Employment and Wages: Evidence from France

@article{Malgouyres2017TheIO,
  title={The Impact of Chinese Import Competition on the Local Structure of Employment and Wages: Evidence from France},
  author={Cl{\'e}ment Malgouyres},
  journal={PSN: Trade Policy (Topic)},
  year={2017}
}
The rapid rise of Chinese exports over the past two decades has raised concerns about manufacturing jobs and wage inequality in high-income countries. Spill-overs beyond the manufacturing sector are an important issue given the large size of the non-traded sector in modern economies as well as the imperfect spatial mobility of households. In this paper, I estimate the impact of Chinese import competition onto the structure of employment and wages of local labor markets in France, with an… Expand
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