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R&D Intensive Corporations and the Job Market: The Danish Case

Nicola Grassano, Alex Coad, Jacob Holm (), Christian Østergaard (), Bram Timmermans () and Antonio Vezzani ()
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Jacob Holm: Aalborg University
Bram Timmermans: Norwegian School of Economics

No JRC112709, JRC Research Reports from Joint Research Centre

Abstract: In this brief we take the case of Denmark to analyse the role big R&D investing companies' play in job polarisation, focusing on a recent JRC report (Holm et al., 2017) studying skills, innovation and reorganization of labour

Keywords: R&D Scoreboard companies; job polarisation; Denmark case (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018-10
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