Trade in University Training: Cross-State Variation in the Production and Use of College-Educated Labor
Gabor Kezdi () and
Sarah Turner ()
No 8555, NBER Working Papers from National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc
The main question addressed in this analysis is how the production of undergraduate and graduate education at the state level affects the local stock of university-educated workers. The potential mobility of highly skilled workers implies that the number of college students graduating in an area need not affect the number of college graduates living in the area. However, the production of relatively large numbers of college and university graduates in an area may lead to increases in the employment of university-trained manpower if local industries expand production of goods that use college-educated workers intensively. Using data from the U.S., we find a modest link between the production and use of BA degree recipients; states awarding relatively large numbers of BA degrees in each cohort also have somewhat higher concentrations of college-educated workers.
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Published as John Bound & Jeffrey Groen & Gábor Kézdi & Sarah Turner, 2004. "Trade in university training: cross-state variation in the production and stock of college-educated labor," Journal of Econometrics, vol 121(1-2), pages 143-173.
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