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The role of technology in determining skilled employment : an economywide approach

Author: Patrick Laplagne; Peter Marshall; Susan Stone; Australia. Productivity Commission.
Publisher: Melbourne : Productivity Commission, 2001
Series: Staff research paper.; Staff research paper (Australia. Productivity Commission)
Edition/Format:   Print book : National government publication : English
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"This paper investigates the shift in demand toward skilled workers in an economywide framework. This method has the advantages of capturing indirect effects, inter industry linkages and price responses in a model of the entire Australian economy. It also allows for the examination of a number of possible influences simultaneously : relative input price changes, changes in varying types of technology and changes in  Read more...
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Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Patrick Laplagne; Peter Marshall; Susan Stone; Australia. Productivity Commission.
ISBN: 1740370449 9781740370448
OCLC Number: 223133054
Notes: "August 2001."
Description: xi, 43, [24] pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Series Title: Staff research paper.; Staff research paper (Australia. Productivity Commission)
Responsibility: Patrick Laplagne, Peter Marshall, Susan Stone.

Abstract:

"This paper investigates the shift in demand toward skilled workers in an economywide framework. This method has the advantages of capturing indirect effects, inter industry linkages and price responses in a model of the entire Australian economy. It also allows for the examination of a number of possible influences simultaneously : relative input price changes, changes in varying types of technology and changes in the trade environment." p. ix.
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