Labor in the Puerto Rican Economy: Postwar Development and Stagnation

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FIGURES
1.1 Total Population and Population Growth Rate in Puerto Rico3
1.2 Crude Birth and Death Rates in Puerto Rico4
1.3 Population Growth and Migration Rate in Puerto Rico7
1.4 Age-Sex Profile of Labor Force Participation20
2.1 Patterns of Labor Mobility39
3.1 Endogenous-Exogenous Relations Based on Temporal Analysis77
3.2 The Permanent Wage Model of Labor Force Participation92
3.3 The Relative Income Model of Labor Force Participation93
4.1 A. Patterns of Interaction among Variables Based on Cross-Correlation Function
B. Estimated Dynamic Pattern between Exogenous and Endogenous Variables133
4.2 Employment Response to Minimum Wage Shocks, 1974-82138
TABLES
1.1 Demographic Characteristics of Export-Oriented Developing Economies5
1.2 Dependency Ratios for Major Regions and Puerto Rico, 1950-8013

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