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The labour market effects of globalization in the presence of verticaland regional differentiation
SKU: 0812228120
Celi Giuseppe
25,00 €

Isbn
9788849525441
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Nr. Volume
4
Formato
17x24
Nr. Pagine
236
Mese Pubblicazione
Ottobre
Anno Pubblicazione
2012
In recent years globalization has contributed to the increase of insecurity among workers of advanced economies both in terms of fear of losing jobs and also in terms of expected decline in remunerations. It is surprising that still until the beginning of the new century the majority of academic opinion did not believe that the growing integration between advanced countries and emerging economies was producing an adverse impact on labour markets of developed countries. Only in recent times academic economists are carrying out analyses which are more in line with popular perceptions about the adverse effects of globalization in developed countries. This book goes through the debate on labour market effects of international trade in advanced countries and offers an interpretative framework in which due attention is given to the role that quality differentiation, vertical disintegration and regional divides play in the trade and jobs nexus. This approach is another way to take account of the relevance of labour markets effects of international trade in advanced economies.

L'AUTORE
Giuseppe Celi
is currently Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Foggia (Italy), where is also Coordinator of the Ph.D. Programme in Economic Theory and member of Academic Senate. He teaches Political economy and International economics at the Department of Economics, University of Foggia, and Theory of International Trade in the Erasmus Mundus Master Programme EGEI (Economics of Globalization and European Integration). He has published various articles and essays on themes of international economics.
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