In this article the effects of technological and structural change on employment are investigated for the manufacturing sectors of the six largest OECD economies. The statistical analysis shows that technological and structural changes are able to explain to a large extent the employment patterns in the manufacturing sectors for the aggregate of the six largest advanced economies and for most national cases. In Italy, on the other hand, employment growth proves to be unrelated to increases in production, investment and patenting

The dynamics of innovation and employment: an international comparison

EVANGELISTA, Rinaldo;
1996

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In this article the effects of technological and structural change on employment are investigated for the manufacturing sectors of the six largest OECD economies. The statistical analysis shows that technological and structural changes are able to explain to a large extent the employment patterns in the manufacturing sectors for the aggregate of the six largest advanced economies and for most national cases. In Italy, on the other hand, employment growth proves to be unrelated to increases in production, investment and patenting
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