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Special Issues/Other: November 2015

Trade, Development, and Inequality

By: Uri Dadush

Description: “[T]he most powerful underlying force driving increased inequality is not trade by itself but skill-biased technological change—machines and methods that reduce the need for unskilled labor and boost demand for more specialized and skilled workers.”

Volume: 114
Issue: 775
Page: 298

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