Wage Differential, Trade, Productivity Growth and Education

@inproceedings{Chang1999WageDT,
  title={Wage Differential, Trade, Productivity Growth and Education},
  author={Hsaio-chuan Chang},
  year={1999}
}
There is a large literature on the link between wage differential, international trade and productivity growth. The theoretical and empirical research is mainly based on the Heckscher-Ohlin-Samuelson framework and on the cases of a large country. More comprehensive theoretical models are needed to guide further empirical research. This paper contributes to the debate by providing a dynamic intertemporal general equilibrium (DIGE) model incorporating endogenous skill formation. The result tends… CONTINUE READING

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