References

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 30 references in this bibliography folder.

Costinot, A and Vogel, J (2010).
Matching and Inequality in the World Economy
Journal of Political Economy, 118(4):747–786.

Feenstra, R (2010).
Offshoring in the Global Economy
MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Heffetz, O and Frank, R (2010).
Preferences for Status: Evidence and Economic Implications
In: Handbook of Social Economics, ed. by Jess Benhabib and Alberto Bisin and Mathew Jackson, vol. 1A, Elsevier.

Jung, J and Mercenier, J (2010).
Routinization Biased Technical Change, Globalization and Labour Market Polarization: Does Theory Fit the Facts?
Working Paper, University of Verona.

Blanchard, E and Willmann, G (2009).
Trade, Education and the Shriking Middle Class
Unpublished.

Autor, D, Katz, L, and Kearny, M (2008).
Trends in U.S. Wage Inequality: Revising the Revisionists
Review of Economics and Statistics, 90(2):300–323.

Grossman, G and Rossi-Hansberg, E (2008).
Trading Tasks: A Simple Theory of Offshoring
American Economic Review, 98(5):1978-1997.

Krugman, P (2008).
Trade and Wages, Reconsidered
Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, Spring:103-154.

Bivens, J (2007).
Globalization, American Wages, and Inequality
Working Paper No. 279, Economic Policy Institute.

Goos, M and Manning, A (2007).
Lousy and Lovely Jobs: The Rising Polarization of Working Bretain
Review of Economics and Statistics, 89(1):118–133.

Autor, D, Katz, L, and Kearny, M (2006).
The Polarization of the U.S. Labor Market
American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings, 96(2):189–194.

Das, S (2006).
Trade, Skill Acquisition and Distribution
Journal of Development Economics, 81(1):118–141.

Spitz-Oener, A (2006).
Technical Change, Job Tasks and Rising Educational Demand: Looking Outside the Wage Structure
Journal of Labor Economics, 24(2):235–270.

Pham, T (2005).
Economic Growth and Status-Seeking Through Personal Wealth
European Journal of Political Economy, 21(2):407-427.

Prahalad, C (2005).
Art of Outsourcing
The Wall Street Journal:A14, June 8.

Yeaple, S (2005).
A Simple Model of Firm Heterogeneity, International Trade and Wages
Journal of International Economics, 65(1):1–20.

Feenstra, R (2004).
Advanced International Trade: Theory and Evidence
Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey.

Long, N and Shimomura, K (2004).
Relative Wealth, Status-Seeking and Catching Up
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 53(4):529-542.

Autor, D, Levy, F, and Murnane, R (2003).
The Skill Content of Recent Technological Change: An Empirical Exploration
Quarterly Journal of Economics, 118(4):1279–1333.

Galor, O (2000).
Income Distribution and the Process of Development
European Economic Review, 44(4-6):706–712.

Feenstra, R and Hanson, G (1999).
The Impact of Outsourcing and High-Technology Capital on Wages: Estimates for the U.S., 1979-1990
Quarterly Journal of Economics, 114(3):907–940.

Feenstra, R (1998).
Integration of Trade and Disintegration of Production in the Global Economy
Journal of Economic Perspectives, 12(4):31–50.

Bernard, A and Jensen, J (1997).
Exporters, Skill Upgrading and the Wage Gap
Journal of International Economics, 42(1-2):3–31.

Feenstra, R and Hanson, G (1997).
Foreign Direct Investment and Relative Wages: Evidence from Mexico's Maquiladoras
Journal of International Economics, 42(3-4):371–393.

Glazer, AG and Konrad, K (1996).
A Signalling Explanation for Charity
American Economic Review, 86(4):1019–1028.