The Wage Effects of Offshoring : Evidence from Danish Matched Worker-Firm Data

@inproceedings{Hummels2013TheWE,
  title={The Wage Effects of Offshoring : Evidence from Danish Matched Worker-Firm Data},
  author={D. Hummels},
  year={2013}
}
We estimate how offshoring (and exporting) affect wages by skill type. Our data match the population of Danish workers to the universe of private-sector Danish firms, whose trade flows are broken down by product and origin and destination countries. Our data reveal new stylized facts about offshoring activities at the firm level, and allow us to both condition our identification on within-job-spell changes and construct instruments for offshoring and exporting that are time varying and… CONTINUE READING
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