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Author:Hickok, Susan 

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Explaining the growing inequality in wages across skill levels

This article investigates two prominent explanations--technology and trade--for growing wage inequality by educational attainment. The analysis indicates a prominent role for technological improvements and a modest but still significant role for increased competition from imports.
Economic Policy Review , Issue Jan , Pages 61-75

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Recent trade liberalization in developing countries: the effects on global trade and output

Many developing countries are currently easing import tariffs and other barriers to trade. This article estimates the impact of these reforms on international trade flows and global output under alternative assumptions about the ability of developing countries to finance increased import purchases. Particular attention is given to the effect of these reforms on the U.S. economy. The author also considers how the trade policies of the United States and other industrialized countries may influence the trade and output effects of the reforms.
Quarterly Review , Volume 18 , Issue Aut , Pages 6-19

Report
Foreign direct investment and indebted developing countries

Research Paper , Paper 8609

Journal Article
Shifting patterns of U.S. trade with selected developing Asian economies

Quarterly Review , Volume 14 , Issue Win , Pages 36-47

Report
Explaining the growing gap between low-skilled and high-skilled wages

Research Paper , Paper 9418

Journal Article
Japanese trade balance adjustment to yen appreciation

Quarterly Review , Volume 14 , Issue Aut , Pages 33-47

Journal Article
The competitiveness of U.S. manufactured goods: recent changes and prospects

Quarterly Review , Volume 13 , Issue Spr , Pages 7-22

Journal Article
The shifting composition of U.S. manufactured goods trade

Finished goods are claiming an increasing share of U.S. imports, while their share of U.S. exports has remained virtually unchanged in recent years. These divergent developments may suggest some erosion of the United States' traditionally strong competitive position in the production of finished goods. The author examines the factors underlying shifts in our trade composition and the implications of recent trends for the nation's trade outlook and competitiveness.
Quarterly Review , Volume 16 , Issue Spr , Pages 27-37

Report
An expanded, cointegrated model of U.S. trade

Research Paper , Paper 9121

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Factors behind the shifting composition of U.S. manufactured goods trade

Research Paper , Paper 9036

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