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Measuring the Bias of Technological Change

Jordi Jaumandreu () and Ulrich Doraszelski
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Ulrich Doraszelski: Harvard University

No 97, 2010 Meeting Papers from Society for Economic Dynamics

Abstract: functions that allows productivity to be multi-dimensional. Using firm-level panel data, we are able to directly assess the bias of technological change by measuring, at the level of the individual firm, how much of technological change is factor neutral and how much of it is labor augmenting. We further relate the speed and the direction of technological change to firms' R&D activities.

Date: 2010
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