Ftaa And North Carolina: Income Redistribution Across Labor Groups
The specific factors model was used to determine potential adjustments due to FTAA on income redistribution among skilled labor groups in North Carolina. All wages but agriculture and manufacture labor are projected to rise. Returns to capital in service will increase while returns to capital in agriculture and manufacture fall.
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