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GTAP Resource #558

"Embodied Technology Transfer via International Trade and Disaggregation of labor payments by skill level: A Quantitative Exploration in GTAP Framework"
by Das, Gouranga


Abstract
This paper investigates the impact of a 4% Hicks-neutral technical progress in heavy manufacturing in the United States and its trans-border spillover via intermediates. A three-regi on, six-traded-commodity computable general equilibrium model is numerically simulated to show that differentials in regional productivity improvements depend on their absorptive ca pacity and structural similarity. This determines the extent of technology capture. The model results show that the productivity improvement and transmission result in productivity gro wth in sectors
intensively using heavy manufacturing. Returns to skilled labour depend on te chnology spillover and capture parameter. The results have implications for the role of human capital in assimilating advanced technology.


Third Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, June 27-30 2000,
organised by The Centre of Policy Studies, Monash University, Australia in conjunction with The Center for Global Trade Analysis, Purdue University, USA.


Resource Details (Export Citation) GTAP Keywords
Category: GTAP Application
Status: Not published
By/In: GTAP 3rd Annual Conference Proceedings and Journal of Economic Development.
Date: 2000
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Created: (4/9/2001)
Updated: Batta, G. (5/23/2013)
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- Labor market issues
- Technological change


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