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Title: International Trade and Structural Unemployment: Evidence from the OECD countries
Authors: Barbosa, Rui
Ferreira, Francisco
Fernandes, Ricardo
Vilela, André
Keywords: Trade openness, unemployment, labour market institutions, structural adjustment
Issue Date: 30-Oct-2020
Serial title, monograph or event: Aplicações de Econometria 2020
Abstract: This paper seeks to investigate the possible relationship between a country’s structural rate of unemployment and its relative openness to international trade. To that end, we regress a data panel of unemployment and trade openness for the 36 member-states of the OECD, controlling for business cycle and labor market structure effects. No evidence that higher openness to international trade has unemployment increasing effects, on average, in the OECD countries is found.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10316/91302
Rights: openAccess
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