Labor Markets and Integrating National Economies


In this book, part of the Brookings series Integrating National Economies: Promise and Pitfalls, Ronald Ehrenberg examines how labor market institutions and policies influence trade flows, capital mobility, and labor mobility and the pace at which international economic integration proceeds. He also discusses the pressures to change some labor market institutions and policies that arise from integration.


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