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The World Bank economic review 18 (3) (English)

Trade policy and poverty reduction in Brazil by Glenn W Harrison, Thomas F. Rutherford, David G. Tarr, and Angelo Gurgel; Trade liberalization and industry wage structure: evidence from Brazil by Nina Pavcnik, Andreas Blom, Pinelopi Goldberg; and Norbert Schady; Lobbying, counterlobbying, and the structure of tariff protection in poor and rich countries by Olivier Cadot, Jaime de Melo, and Marcelo Olarreaga; Social protection in a crisis: Argentina's plan Jefes y Jefas by Emanuela Galasso and Martin Ravallion; On the unequal inequality of poor communities by Chris Elbers, Peter F. ... See More +

Publication 38878 SEP 01, 2004

Harrison, Glenn, W.; Rutherford, Thomas F.; Tarr, David G.; Gurgel, Angelo; Pavcnik, Nina; Blom, Andreas; Goldberg, Pinelopi; Schady, Norbert; Cadot, Olivier; de Melo, Jaime; Olarreaga, Marcelo; Galasso, Emanuela; Ravallion, Martin; Elbers, Chris; Lanjouw, Peter F.; Mistiaen, Johan A.; Ozler, Berk; Simler, Ken; Chaudbury, Nazmul; Hammer, Jeffrey S.; Jayaraman, Rajshri Disclosed

Trade liberalization and industry wage structure : evidence from Brazil (English)

Industry affiliation provides an important channel through which trade liberalization can affect worker earnings and wage inequality between skilled and unskilled workers. ... See More +

Journal Article 77478 SEP 01, 2004

Pavcnik, Nina; Blom, Andreas; Goldberg, Pinelopi; Schady, Norbert Disclosed

Product market integration and household labor supply in a poor economy: evidence from Vietnam (English)

This report considers how product market integration in a country's primary agricultural export alters the economic activities of men and women in a poor economy. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS3234 MAR 03, 2004

Edmonds; Eric V.; Pavcnik, Nina

Trade liberalization and labor market adjustment in Brazil (English)

The authors study the impact of the 1988-94 trade liberalization in Brazil on wage distribution. They explore three main channels through which trade liberalization could have affected wage distribution: (1) increasing returns to skilled workers because of Hecksher-Ohlin adjustments to trade policy; (2) trade-induced skill-biased technological change; and (3) changes in industry wage premiums. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS2982 MAR 31, 2003

Pavcnik, Nina; Blom, Andreas; Goldberg, Pinelopi; Schady, Norbert