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Employment and Innovation in US Media Industries. 2004-2018.pdf (77.57 kB)
Employment and Innovation in U.S. Media Industries. 2004-2018
preprintposted on 2021-12-08, 23:34 authored by Humberto MerrittHumberto Merritt
We carry out trend analysis to test two hypotheses. First, digitization has altered traditional routines and skills, resulting in declining employment rates. Second, productivity has grown because firms have recruited more skilled workers with higher wages. We analyze employment and wage tendencies in four communications and media sectors to test them
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