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Restructuring in the manufacturing workforce: New York State and the nation


  • Richard Deitz


We analyze the restructuring of the manufacturing workforce over the past two decades by investigating how the occupational distribution of workers has changed. We identify important regional differences in the nature and degree of this restructuring, and give particular attention to New York State's experience in relation to that of other states in the Northeast.

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  • Richard Deitz, 2004. "Restructuring in the manufacturing workforce: New York State and the nation," The Regional Economy of Upstate New York, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, issue Win.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fednre:y:2004:i:win

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