Effects of Globalization on Labor’s Share in National Income
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KeywordsEmployment policy; Globalization; National income; Labor productivity; Productivity; Trade policy; Trade; Labor’s share; capital’s share; labor protection; bargaining power; compensation share; employment share; Heckscher-Ohlin theorem; employment; employment protection; labor share; International Economic Order; Trade and Labor Market Interactions; The Heckscher-ohlin Theorem; General Aggregative Models;
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