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El impacto del comercio con China en los mercados laborales locales de Chile

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  • Pellandra, Andrea

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El surgimiento de China como una fuerza importante en la economía mundial ha creado un importante competidor en los mercados de productos industriales de sus principales socios comerciales. Sin embargo, el país asiatico trajo también beneficios sustanciales para varios países debido a su creciente demanda de recursos naturales y productos relacionados. En este estudio, se utilizan datos de la encuesta de hogar de Chile de 2003 y 2011 para estudiar los efectos heterogéneos de estos dos choques de oferta y demanda en el contexto de los mercados laborales de uno de los países de América Latina cuya estructura exportadora es más fuertemente orientada hacia los bienes primarios.

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  • Pellandra, Andrea, 2017. "El impacto del comercio con China en los mercados laborales locales de Chile," Comercio Internacional 133, Naciones Unidas Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL).
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