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International Trade, Wage Inequality and the Developing Economy

International Trade, Wage Inequality and the Developing Economy

2003 . Business & Economics, Economic Conditions, International, Labor, Development . Sugata Marjit, Rajat Acharyya

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About the book

This book deals with the impact that international trade is likely to have on the skilled-unskilled wage gap in a typical developing economy. This is the first theoretical monograph on this particular issue which has already generated substantial debate and voluminous work for the developed countries. A unique feature of this work is that it tries to explain the possibility of rising inequality across trading nations and looks at the segmented labour markets of the poor economies. It makes convincing arguments that the standard general equilibrium models, the main workhorse of trade theory, can be given a creative facelift to address a number of critical and emerging issues in the area of trade and development.

Year:

2003

Language:

English

Publisher:

Springer Science & Business Media

Pages:

176

ISBN:

3790800317 (ISBN13: 9783790800319)

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