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Musab Kurnaz, Christopher Sleet and Laurence Ales
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Christopher Sleet: Carnegie Mellon University

No 1257, 2014 Meeting Papers from Society for Economic Dynamics

Abstract: A large positive literature emphasizes the role of technological change in driving the demand for skill and talent. We consider the normative implications of such tech- nical change for policy design.

Date: 2014
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